I was excited to be hired on as the game photographer for the Toronto Wolfpack Rugby League team for their inaugural season. Home games are played at Lamport Stadium which will be called The Den for Wolfpack games.
After shooting the photos with my friend Maria Florescu at the Hot Tub factory, we had talked about doing another shoot. The next time we were both available we met up and wanted to do a Guess or Calvin Klein styled shoot with bright white light and nice shadows.
For the past few months I have been doing small shoots with the company Hopscotch who care a lot about their food, where it’s sourced and what it’s served in. Their menu was created by talented chefs and everything they have is completely chef driven with locally sourced ingredients.
I was recently hired as an Interior Photographer for a multi purpose dance studio space on Danforth Avenue in Toronto. The space has mirrored walls and a piano that one could use in the rental for music or dance/theatre rehearsals and classes.
In April I visited Costa Rica with Toronto Guardian to take photos and write about some of the locations and places to stay. I went from Montezuma to Jaco to Manuel Antonio before heading to La Fortuna and back to San Jose to fly home.
In March I did a contract with the Ontario Government to help spread awareness about their quit smoking initiatives. As a part of that deal, I took photos of my fitness writers at Toronto Guardian to promote healthy living.
In the last week of March 2017, I dove into a deep opportunity to shoot an editorial photography project at Hydropool Hot Tubs, Swim Spas and Accessories showroom at 345 Superior Blvd in Mississauga, Ontario.
I recently shot this cool dance studio rental space in the East End of the city. As a Toronto Interior Photographer, I see many spaces all with a unique charm to them. This one was totally hidden from the street and housed a couple different rooms that could be rented for private classes or practices.
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.