Felicia Byron (she/her) is a Caribbean-Canadian multidisciplinary artist, photographer and disability advocate living and working in Toronto, Canada. Byron has studied at OCAD University and holds a Certificate of Fine Art and Commercial Portraiture from Spéos International Photography School.

As a Black woman and neurodivergent artist living with cerebral palsy, Byron explores themes of identity and community as it relates to the African diasporic and to the disabled experience. Byron’s work often employs series as a format to evoke a sense of belonging and shared experience. Her cinematic approach to creating still imagery, through the use light, colour, wardrobe, prop and set design elements to build worlds, weave stories and evoke feelings of familiarity. 

Felicia holds membership with Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography, The Power Plant and CAPIC (Canadian Association for Professional Image Creators) in Toronto and has served on CAPIC Toronto’s board since 2021. Felicia has provided mentorship through programs such as Unboxing Accessibility, Gallery 44's mentorship program and is a Wingspan Dis/Arts, Culture and Public Pedagogy 2024 Artist-in-Residence. 



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