Paulina Rzeczkowska is a photographer and multimedia specialist located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. She has over 7 years of experience photographing weddings and has been involved with the scientific community on a variety of photographic projects, eLearning, videography, branding & web design for over 10 years. Currently, she works full-time as a freelancer.

Profile photo taken by J.K. Rille


2016 - Bachelor of Photography, Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Oakville, Ontario (partially completed)
2016 - Internship, Dennis Pedersen Photography - Commercial Photography Studio, London, United Kingdom
2012 - Master of Science, Institute of Medical Science, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
2009 - Bachelor of Science, Biology and Psychology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
2008 - Study abroad semester, Biological Sciences, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Photography Awards

2015 - Sheridan Excellence Bursary
2015 - Canon Canada Award of Excellence
2015 - Vistek Ltd. Visual Technology Award for Studio Image using Phase One
2014 - Canon Canada Award of Excellence
2014 - Henry Vischer Award for Photo Fundamentals

Client List

Applied Pedagogy Solutions
Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, McMaster University
Department of Kinesiology, McMaster University
School of Biomedical Engineering, McMaster University
School of Interdisciplinary Science, McMaster University
Radiation Science, McMaster University
McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind (MIMM)
YWCA of Hamilton
Physics Today Magazine
Edge Imaging
Social Planning and Research Council of Hamilton (SPRC)
Institute of Medical Science Magazine
Many wonderful brides & grooms!

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What Photography Means to Me

Photographs are objects of preservation and memories, of desire and seduction, and about ideas and the human spirit. To create an object that embodies such significance is one of the greatest delights in my life.

Photographic images are not a necessity to life, they are a luxury that enriches our existence. They are a result of scientific experimentation in physics, chemistry, and now computer science, producing something that makes us feel; whose scientific roots are

rarely even registered, hidden behind the "magical" reaction our brains have to the imagery. Only the professional may look at a photo and deconstruct the technical aspects of its construction. Soft focus, the choice of monochromatic colour, high key, low key, framing, and motion blur register as a visual language that expresses an idea and elicits a feeling in the viewer.

I create images to delight the senses, to preserve fleeting moments that make up cherished experiences, and as a visual means through which to communicate an insight, knowledge or question.

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