Nov 232014

A Grey Day In November

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It warmed up to a balmy 8 degrees celsius today and that gave me just enough motivation to get out of the house with my camera. I visited Edwards Gardens, my usual place to relax and lose myself for a couple of hours and left with these photographs.

Soundtrack for the day included Damien Rice’s stellar new album, My Favourite Faded Fantasy.

Nov 072014

Cocktail Crawl Fashion Show at The Spoke Club

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Covered Cocktail Crawl’s Fashion Show at the Spoke Club. The runway show included designers Narces, Atelier Guarin, Stephan Caras, Love Winter and L’Momo. Great designs especially by my fav from World MasterCard Fashion Week, Stephan Caras. The venue is a great place to host a runway show but man, this one definitely needed some extra lighting. ISO 6400 and it was still too dark. Anyway I managed to find a spot on the runway that had just enough light and also managed to avoid the barrage of flashes from the photographers and the patrons’ cameras. I was the only one shooting with no flash.

Thanks to Natasha and her team at Cocktail Crawl Social Club.

My images from the runway shows can be viewed here.

Nov 062014

The Glitch Mob at The Danforth Music Hall

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Covered the Glitch Mob at the Danforth Music Hall for Quip Magazine. I hadn’t heard much about these guys but I did hear some peeps that they put on a great concert with an amazing light show. And that they did, at the always awesome Danforth Music Hall, as the three piece electronic genre bending band rocked the house with some serious energy. Great show except for the fact that I forgot my ear plugs and absolutely destroyed my ears while shooting the first three songs.

Thanks to Quip Magazine.

Visit Quip Magazine for the review of the show here.

All of my images can be viewed here.

*shot on October 24 2014*

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