Internationally-Acclaimed Photographer Joins London Ontario Golf Team
PHOTOGRAPHER EMA SUVAJAC JOINS LONDON ONTARIO GOLF, OCTOBER 17 MEDIA TEAM,
TRIO OFFER COMPLETE COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS TO CANADIAN GOLF INDUSTRY
September 11, 2012 (Vancouver, B.C., London, Ont., Toronto, Ont.) – Today, Toronto, Ontario-headquartered photographer Ema Suvajac joined the team of London Ontario Golf and October 17 Media, strengthening the group’s communication offerings to the Canadian Golf Industry.
In July 2012, Vancouver, B.C.-headquartered October 17 Media www.october17media.com and London, Ont.-based London Ontario Golf www.londonontariogolf.com joined forces to offer everyone from golf equipment manufacturers to golf course owners an entire package of communication tools. News releases and media kit material, website development and maintenance, social media consulting and channel management, plus web marketing – and now photography – are available as individual or package services.
Ema Suvajac Photography www.emasuvajac.com (est. 2010) has earned international praise from a myriad of clients for highly-professional photography in the fashion and beauty, portrait and commercial industries. A life-long photographer, and University of Guelph graduate (M.Sc. Molecular and Cellular Biology), Suvajac is an internationally-published photographer now solely focusing on a growing photography business. Her clients include Bell Canada, Virgin Mobile, Gemini Models, Insight Eye Care, Benjamin Moore Paints, North American Retail Hardware Association, Most Magazine and Kitchener-Waterloo Record Golf Magazine.
“I am very excited to partner with London Ontario Golf and October 17 Media. I know that our dynamic team will bring a comprehensive and timely solution to the needs of the Canadian golf community. I look forward to our work together,” said Suvajac.
“We are thrilled to have Ema on board. Her skills are amazing and her photos stunningly beautiful. Ema is a valuable addition to our team, now offering an endless menu of communication solutions to the Canadian Golf Industry,” said Jeffrey Reed, Editor, London Ontario Golf.
In 2010 and 2011, London Ontario Golf (est. 2005) grabbed “Best Website Feature Story” honours from the Golf Journalists Association of Canada. A freelance writer, broadcaster and media relations professional with more than 30 years experience, Reed has written for hundreds of publications, including SCOREGolf Magazine, Ontario Golf Magazine, ClubLink Life, Tee To Green Golf Magazine, The Toronto Star and The London Free Press.
October 17 Media (est. 2005) is co-owned by business partners Tamara Brooks and Brenda Cadman and was born out of successful Vancouver design firm Syntric Design. They have successfully managed both Vancouver-area and national advertising and marketing initiatives, working alongside clients such as Future Shop, City of Burnaby, B.C., Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, Sutton Group Realty, Children’s Wish Foundation, Leahy Music, Vancouver Coastal Health and London Ontario Golf.
“Our combined 40-plus years experience and proven track record tees up solutions for equipment, apparel and accessory companies, golf courses and practice facilities, trainers and coaches, tournaments and special events, travel companies, groups and associations, authors and golf professionals,” said Reed.
For a complete list of services from London Ontario Golf, October 17 Media and Ema Suvajac Photography, visit the London Ontario Golf website.
To view Ema Suvajac’s portfolio, visit her company website.
For more information, contact:
Ema Suvajac, Ema Suvajac Photography
Brenda Cadman, Partner, October 17 Media
604/688-7616 ext. 700 Brenda@october17media.com
Jeffrey Reed, Publisher & Editor, London Ontario Golf