Once again, I made the trip out west for some much needed rejuvenation over the holidays. This past year I was lucky enough to return to the coast on three occasions. These are the scenes that keep me going when toiling away in the concrete jungle.
I recently had a chance to work with a troupe of contortionists here in Toronto with Cirque du Soliel’s Kurios. Circus performers are among my favourite people to work with, and this time was no exception. They are unbelievably strong, incredibly flexible, and outright professionals. As they defied gravity and bent over backwards, it was hard not to be inspired by the beauty and precision of their movement. Thanks to photo assistant Drew Graham, and to Natalia Zurawska for hair and makeup.
The Guinness responsible use shot has picked up another award, this time in the Comm Arts 2014 Photo Annual. There’s a selection of great work in the issue, and I’m excited and honoured to be included!
I’m excited to announce that I’ve moved into a new studio space! Located in the heart of the studio district, this beautifully raw space is full of character and natural light. The century old building has been home to many photographers and artists since it’s origin as the Wrigley gum factory. With plenty of space to shoot, along with a comfy lounge area to throw ideas around and meet with clients, I couldn’t be more excited to see what 2014 will bring. Drop in anytime!