The premise behind any great photograph – it must stimulate and inspire, and also make you think.” – David Gibson
As a self-taught artist, I work hard to capture images that intrigue and inspire. Street photography allows me to document the world around me in slow-motion, focusing on the details that make up our everyday lives.
Art has always been a part of my life; my father was an artist and I inherited his talent for drawing. He also took up photography as a hobby in his later years. I followed in his footsteps in 2016 when I picked up my first digital SLR.
Street photography — the art of capturing candid moments in everyday life — is a natural extension of my professional background in story-telling through journalism and communications. I am a graduate of Ryerson’s journalism program and have worked in print and TV news media.
I am a member of Scarborough Arts and have exhibited at its annual Art in the Park festivals.
In 2017, I published “One Moment In Time,” my first collection of images.
As with most things, this is a journey of discovery and learning. In this space, I post images of particular interest or significance for me and the stories behind them.
If any of the images in my portfolio interest you, please contact me about print sizes and prices.
If you recently modelled for me in street photography (even if it’s not posted here), contact me and I would be happy to send you a photo file free of charge.
Email me at email@example.com
You can also follow me on Instagram.