I’ve had the pleasure of photographing special events for over a dozen years now, and I love it more than ever. Having worked as an event producer myself, I know the rhythm and pace, and how to anticipate the key moments, of everything from an all day conference, or an intimate wedding ceremony, to a trade show, or gala extravaganza. I’m also polite, friendly, and engaging with event guests, and have been told I’m a pleasure for organisers to work with.
Click here for a small selection of event photo albums.
Clients have included;
Ryerson University: Faculty of Architecture, Office of the Vice President of Research and Innovation, Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science * University of Toronto, Daniels Faculty of Architecture * Centre for Social Innovation * Perkins + Will * Spacing Magazine * Canada’s History Magazine * Momentum Magazine * Culture Link Settlement Services * Toronto Law Association * Swerhun Consulting * Canadian Civil Liberties Association * Newsana * City of Toronto, Transportation Services * Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario * Booknet Canada * Jane’s Walk * Culture Days * Canadian Art Foundation
My photos have also appeared in numerous publications, including cycling magazines, Momentum and Dandyhorse, Green Power, Precedent (lawandstyle.ca), Corporate Knights Magazine, Spacing, NOW and the Toronto Star, in addition to a wide variety of organisational websites and promotional publications.
- My rate is competitive, and can be adapted to your non-profit budget (as needed).
- I’m often able to accommodate last minute booking requests.
- If you have a pressing deadline, I can have your print & web ready image files to you the same day.
Please get in touch to discuss your photography needs, and to request a quote.
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