About The Digital Gryphon LLC

The Digital Gryphon helps queer folk spread joy and reduce feelings of shame in sharing their personal stories and artistic creations by editing, designing and publishing that material.

The Digital Gryphon LLC is both a new beginning, and a continuation. We started providing photography, graphic design and consulting services in Toronto in the 1980’s. Over the years we’ve had a few business names, but our dedication to Customer Service and high-quality results has never wavered. Please contact us with any questions.

Our divisions include:
Digital Gryphon Publishing (this web-site);
Rainbow Memoirs: Personal Historian Services.

Digital Gryphon Design
Digital Gryphon Photography

GenderQueer.Life – Launched in part as a response to the 2016 US Federal Election, GQL is a platform for Gender Queer folk to inspire and be inspired by each other. Book reviews, sharing blog posts, videos and websites of interest are the starting point.

Rubber Chicken Ministries – RCM offers a range of rituals from various faith traditions to honour your ‘cycle of life’ events. Brian Gryphon is licensed to solemnize marriages by the State of Ohio and may be available as an End of Life Doula.

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Brian’s Biography
Brian Gryphon has been producing photographic images for well over 30 years. His first assignment was for his high school yearbook. He offers commercial photographic services, as well as offering photographic prints on retail and wholesale basis.

He brings four decades of experience in commercial and retail sales, marketing, management, and systems. He has direct business experience in photography, writing, and commercial art + design; as well as college training in business techniques, programming and applied arts.

Brian is a published author, poet and photographer. His poetry chapbook is available for Amazon Kindle devices as well as a physical version. His blog Deep Within I Know I’m Free is a journal of sorts; it presents some of his photographic work, his rambling on various issues (generally from a progressive’s point of view) as well as reviewing the work of other artists/ designers using web-based POD (“print on demand”) galleries and shops. The blog title is from one of his poems from the chapbook mentioned above.

His portfolio of images available as limited edition and open edition photographic prints as well as selected merchandise includes flowers (florals), animals, city scenes and nature images. He started playing with computers by programming basic for an IBM-5150 and continues to design and operate a number of web-sites; business and personal. He can be found Tweeting as well as on-line on various forums and Instant Message services.

Community Activity

Brian has been active in community organizations in whichever city he resides. Please note that Brian has ceased working with any animal welfare organization as of 2014.