KITE Studio is a new creative services social enterprise and support initiative for the KITE Research Institute. We are a first-class studio that provides a full range of photography, graphic design, and - coming soon - videography services for your next project. Whatever your needs are, we’ve got the right team and resources to get the job done!
What makes us unique is that the revenue generated will enable the studio to be self-sustaining as well as provide funds to support the important research conducted at KITE. By engaging KITE studio, not only will you receive top-quality services at competitive rates, but you will also help KITE, a world leader in complex rehabilitation science, further their work dedicated to improving the lives of people living with the effects of disability, illness and aging.
Enjoy high-quality visual services, all while helping improve the lives of others.
KITE is the research arm of the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute and one of the principal research enterprises at the University Health Network (UHN), Canada’s largest medical research hospital. KITE is a world leader in the field of the complex rehabilitation research, with scientists and staff dedicated to improving the lives of people living with the effects of disability, illness and aging. At KITE, our mission is to be a trailblazer in research, education, knowledge translation and clinical application.
At the KITE Studio we offer a variety of photography services including:
At the KITE Studio we offer a variety of graphic design services including:
Tim Fraser is an award-winning photographer with over 20 years of experience. He began his career as a staff photographer, working at a variety of newspapers across Canada and then moved on, leveraging his knowledge and experience as a visual storyteller to facilitate the corporate, government, editorial, and event sectors.
Jose Ongpin is a graphic designer with over 15 years of experience working for a variety of sectors including news media, transportation consulting, consumer electronics, and healthcare. A graduate of OCAD University, he studied how design can be used to address active transportation issues in Toronto. He also volunteered for civic action and urbanism causes such as Jane’s Walk and TTCriders, providing graphic design services for effective campaigns.