Oh, Charlottetown: PEI’s gateway city to endless beaches

This past summer, over an intense 72 hours, I had the good fortune to fall in love with an island of foxes, ice cream and endless beaches. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, then you’ve probably never been to Charlottetown, PEI. Crashing my good friend’s month-long retreat, I ventured to the island […]

Living it up on Long Point, Lake Erie

One of the great things about Toronto is, when it comes to road trips (and a bit of planning), within a couple of hours you can find yourself standing in the middle a dramatically different landscape. A trip that’s becoming a favourite of mine is to the migrating birds’ paradise of Long Point Provincial Park. Only a few […]

Urban Nights, Urban Lights: Shooting city life after dark

As I go through the process of pulling together some work to post up on this site, something I’m starting to realize quickly is that I’m addicted to low-light photography. As an emerging photographer, one of the more enchanting and engaging times to shoot definitely has to be in the middle of the night. In trying to […]

Lighting the longest, darkest night in Kensington Market

As a photographer who loves shooting in low light, winter is usually something I look forward to – longer nights, later sunrises and moody weather. What’s not to love? As winter takes hold, the one event I make sure to never miss is the Winter Solstice festival in Kensington Market. Kensington Market is one of those iconic neighbourhoods where it seems […]

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