I’m a professional photographer, passionate traveller and Toronto booster. I and my associates specialize in taking visitors to the hottest places to take pictures in this photogenic city of ours, Toronto.
We also help you with any technical or compositional questions you might have. You get to know the city and come back with fantastic photos.
In other words, we help you tell the story of your trip, in pictures.
We customize your tour around your interests, offering twelve distinctive tours that focus on architecture, people and landscapes. Almost every tour has a little of all three.
I teach and blog at www.aweandthensome.ca, where you can find more information on my training mentoring programs. I’m an accredited College level instructor and I teach at the Toronto Film School. I have a degree from Ryerson Film & Photography and my works are sold internationally. They are in the collection of the City of Toronto Archives, The Royal Bank, The Federal Court, Bar Ilan University, Bell Canada and many others. I’ve have had two dozen exhibitions around the world, half of them solo. In 2012 my work was in Art Miami Context, one of the world’s premier art venues.
If interested, please call me at 416-998-7627 or e-mail me at email@example.com. You can book directly online at http://torontoforphotographers.trekksoft.com/en/
About the photos: The Backplate (the original photo) is a single photo of a window in the concession building facing Niagara Falls. Inserts: Column 1: CN Tower in reflection; Column 2, top: The colourful beams holding up the Ontario College of Art and Design; Middle: The Crystal at the Royal Ontario Museum; Bottom: A Trompe l’oeille at the Flatiron Building on Front St. E; Column 3: Top:The sculpture outside Union Station, with the RBC Tower behind; Mid: The Ontario Hydro Building; Bot: The Art Gallery of Ontario at Night, with a neighbourhood bar and the “Red Rocket” – our famous streetcar – streaking by; Column 4: Top: A sculpture high up on Yonge Street, the longest street in the world; Mid: The Distillery District; Bottom: Waiting in Kensington Market; Column 5, top, Chinatown, mid: The City TV news car on Queen W. bottom: The City skyline from Polson Pier