Jeyolyn Christi

Artist member since 2020
Toronto, Ontario

Jeyolyn Christi is a Canadian-Tamil emerging artist who focuses on the intersection of photography and storytelling. Her creative work is both personal and communal โ€“ it stems from the lived experience of herself and others. Through her creative work, she aims to give a voice to those who have been marginalized, and uncover the memories that shape who we are. Jeyolyn has a professional background and education in public policy and social services. She holds a Certificate of Photography Skills from OCAD University (2019) and is a member at Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography.



Why is art important to you?

Art is an expression of our views and and our perspectives. It's a part of who we are.

How long have you been creating art?

I've been travelling and experimenting with photography and storytelling for the last 4 years.

When I'm not making art, I'm (a) ...

An independent consultant in the area of community development and project management.

Your favourite spot in Toronto right now

Colonel Samuel Smith park in Etobicoke!

Select Past Exhibitions

Square One, Mississauga
Fujifilm Printlife Photo Exhibit


The Mindful Word
Work-Art balance


Womanly Magazine
a little help from nature -


Certificate in Photography Skills

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