Ken Armstrong is an award-winning documentary photographer based in Edmonton who has dedicated the last 10 years to working with and documenting Canada’s homeless and aboriginal populations. He studied at Loyalist College’s respected School of Photojournalism and cut his photographic teeth as an intern at the Globe and Mail in Toronto.
A former CIAU and Junior quarterback, his photographic journey has taken him from Halifax to Vancouver, from Behchoko, NWT to the Crowsnest Pass. His work has been published across the country. www.kenarmstrongphoto.com
Ken grew up in Winnipeg and is a member of the Sagkeeng First Nation. He currently works with Edmonton’s homeless IRS survivors as an Indian Residential School Resolution Health Support Worker (RHSW)
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