Edwin Toone is a U.S.born professional photographer living in Barcelona, Spain.His specialties include, commercial, documentary, editorial, events, environmental portrait, and still photography for the film industry.
He is currently expanding his photography business to include video and multimedia productions.
Edwin has a degree in Sociology from Elon University and has previously worked as a social worker, an Outward Bound Instructor, Teacher of Children with learning disabilities and a content manager and tester for an educational social networking website.He has extensive travel experience including Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, India, Ethiopia, the US and Europe.
He is available for local and international assignments and speaks Spanish and English.
Chris Grant, Tuenti's design lead in Barcelona, speaks at the University Politecnica of Catalonia in Barcelona about the benefits and risk of design driven innovation. The event was part of UPC's Open Talent Series.
According to the Barcelona police around 6000 people celebrated Spain's national day, in Placa Catalunya. The event took place from 12 to 2 o'clock and was mostly peaceful.
Students crowd the streets of Barcelona on a rainy day to protest budget cuts. The protest remained mostly peaceful.
Thousands of protesters fill the streets in protest of a recent tax increase and continued austerity measures. The government has also revealed a $122.9 billion deal brokered with the Eurogroup to save Spain's banks.