Justin Tang

Justin Tang is an award winning photographer based in Ottawa, Ontario.

Trained at Queen's University and Loyalist College's Photojournalism Program, he specializes in daily news, portrait, and commercial photography.

Recipient of a 2015 National Newspaper Award for his moving capture of Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau being embraced by his mother Margaret on election night, Tang's images have appeared in newspapers and websites in Canada and internationally.

As a contributing photographer for the The Canadian Press, his work has appeared in newspapers including The Globe and Mail, National Post, Toronto Star and the New York Times.

An avid cyclist, hiker, and lover of the National Capital Region, he is available for assignment domestically and internationally, for both editorial and commercial assignments. 



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2017 - 1st place - Pictorial Category
National Pictures of the Year Award (NPOY)

2015 - 1st place - News Feature Photo
National Newspaper Awards

2014 - 1st place - Breaking News (Team coverage, Canadian Press Ottawa)
National Newspaper Awards

2014 - 2nd place - Team Multimedia
National Pictures of the Year Award (NPOY)

2013 - Student Photographer of the Year
News Photographer's Association of Canada (NPAC)

2013 - Ontario College Diploma - Photojournalism
Loyalist College, Belleville, Ontario.

2011 - Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario.

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