How do you define your shooting style?
I’d describe my style as clean and simple with a love for colour. I love to shoot candid. I think one of the best things about photo and video is capturing those moments that we don’t even realize are special. This way we can re-live those special times and we never lose them.
How do I book a shoot with you?
That’s easy! Just fill out the form on the Contact page and we’ll get back to you within 48 hours. Once we’ve gone through your needs, we can discuss packages and pricing. We offer a-la-carte pricing so you have the freedom to build your own package and pay for exactly what you’re looking for.
What services do you offer?
We offer professional photoshoots, video production and editing as well as graphic design. If you or your company is in need of new LinkedIn headshots, we’ve got you covered. If you need a promotional video to get your brand out there, we’re your answer. If you’re looking for the perfect film to capture your special day, look no further. If you’re looking for a logo for your up and coming online business, we can definitely help you out. Our flexibility is what separates us from everyone else. We’re able to tailor our services to meet your needs, regardless of what they are.
how did you get into photo and video?
It all started with MySpace. You know, the birds eye selfies, macro photos and we can’t forget about the, ever so artistic, colour accent photos. I graduated from shooting with a little point and shoot to eventually getting my first DSLR. Just like many kids today, my first DSLR was a Canon Rebel (XTI). I kept that thing in my life for probably close to 5 - 7 years. It carried me through many photography courses, both in school and outside of school. With the rise of YouTube, I started to get really into making videos. It started with silly little birthday videos for friends and dumb school projects. I eventually graduated from my Rebel to a Nikon D5100 (looking back on that choice now, I was an idiot to upgrade to that but that’s a rant for another day). But, at least the Nikon could shoot video. At this point in my life I was studying art and art history at York University where I took an elective in film. This got me thinking, “Why aren’t I studying this instead?!”. So, I switched gears and started applying to different media production courses and undergraduate programs. I was nervous to make the leap so I started small. I got accepted to Sheridan College’s Media Fundamentals program. This is a one year program where I learned a little bit of everything from audio, lighting, design, writing and of course camera work. I loved it. I finally figured out what I wanted to do with my life and I applied for every film production program I could find. I had my heart set on studying film at Ryerson University. When I was rejected from the film program at Ryerson, I was offered the option to study media instead. I ended up in Ryerson’s Media Production program and never looked back. Since then I’ve been able to construct my life around content creation. I’m always trying to learn new things and grow as a creator.