Callie Lugosi (they/them) is a lens-based artist and journalist from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Treaty 1 territory, the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene peoples, and birthplace of the Metis Nation

Lugosi makes use of analog and oft-times antiquated technology to create photographs. The heart of their practice centers around documenting, archiving, and carving out space for queerness in the local historical canon. In addition to a vested interest in the past, they are beginning to explore the concepts of queer futurism, alternate realities, and science fiction. 

Lugosi offers portrait sessions to members of the LGBT2SQIA+ community on a sliding pay scale (with no one being turned away for lack of funds). Those in need of headshots whether, personal or professional, or those with interest in exploring boudoir in a safe body/gender/sexuality affirming way can get in touch via email at


Callie Lugosi, (b. 1992, Canada), they/them, 1 204 223 9149


2016 Diploma in Photojournalism via the New York Institute of Photography
2010 Bachelor of Fine Arts via University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand


- Resident Essayist, Young Lungs Dance Exchange
Present — Staff Writer, Photographer and Online Content Editor at the Uniter,
2016 – Photographer, Wall to Wall Mural Festival in Winnipeg, Manitoba
2014 – Photographer for the Western Canadian Music Awards in Winnipeg, Manitoba
2014 – Photographer for BreakOut West Music Festival
2010 - Present Freelance photographer and writer


2019 –
Best Interview Award for (Re)presenting fashion, Mouseland Press
2019 –
Best Feature Award for An (In)complete Queer History, Mouseland Press
2018 –
Storytelling Award, Mouseland Press
2017 – Best Photographic Feature of the Year Award for Welcome to the Argyle, Mouseland Press
2015 – Vivascene Magazine, Live Music Photographer of the Year


2019 (forthcoming) Majesties, solo, Flux Gallery
Cake-face/The water, Whiny Femmes Zine Launch, Edge Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba
2016 Flush Photography Festival, group exhibition, Good Will Social Club, Winnipeg, Manitoba
2011 After Shock: life post natural disaster, group exhibition, LOOK Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand


Dress to Kill, Cyber, Yes We Mystic, Synonym Art Consultation, Geez Magazine, Make/Shift Theatre, POP Entertainment, Manitoba Music, the Uniter, Metro Winnipeg, Vivascene Magazine, Boxing Canada, CANTA Magazine