I found an old collection of 35mm photographs that I took in Vancouver, BC, Canada in 2008 and I thought I would share a couple of them. They were all taken with a 50mm on my Nikon EM.
Anyone that has ever taken the 505 Queen streetcar east to Leslieville has passed and probably noticed 1015 Queen St E., a distinctively small Toronto Jewellery store on the south side just past Carlaw.
I recently went to visit the annual Winter Stations art installation in the Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto. The art designs are made overtop of lifeguard towers giving the space a purpose during the winter months.
Took some interior photographs for Art Square recently. The multi-floor space houses art shows as well as a small café and eatery. It is located across the street from the Art Gallery of Ontario on Dundas Street West in downtown Toronto.
I took some interior photographs for Verkspace shared offices that are located on Britain Street in downtown Toronto. The 3-floor space has room for a lot of workers who want to save money by sharing communal spaces.
I have been taking photographs for a company that rents spaces in downtown Toronto for events. The company allows me to shoot many different types of spaces, furthering my experience in the field. I will be sure to share more of them as I move forward with them.
I got hired to shoot the CanTech17 Canadian Tech Conference at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The main event for the day was a live video chat with Edward Snowden hosted by Bruce Croxon
(dragon’s Den, Lava Life).
Crow’s Theatre in Toronto invited media to preview their new space called Crowsnest Theatre. The space is located at Dundas East and Carlaw and houses two theatre spaces. One large main space and another that will be used for community events and smaller productions.
Although he was born in Lupiac, Auch, located in South-West France, is celebrated as the home town of the real D’Artagnan, known for his role in The Three Musketeers stories.