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.
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).