Byron Armstrong is a Toronto-based freelance writer and journalist whose work centers on the intersections between art, society, and politics.
Byron has contributed film, book, and theatre reviews, think pieces, and in-depth profiles of cultural creatives
for Canadian and U.S. publications including Cuisine Noir, The Globe and Mail, The National Gallery of Canada Magazine, ELLE Canada, NOW magazine, NUVO, and ByBlacks.com, the leading independent online magazine for Black Canadians where he also serves as Assistant Editor.
An impeccable biography requires solid research, a well thought out interview process, and a collaborative relationship with the subject.
Byron has crafted compelling profiles of some of Canada's most avant-garde
thought leaders, creatives, and cultural organizations.
He offers this writing service to clientele interested in professional biographies or writing of any length for websites, press, or print.
If interested, please email for more information.