I asked Rose to pick some wild flowers and the rest just sort of happened. It was magical.
For this series,. I really wanted to let the fabric do the talking. The wings were gorgeous and it really let the fabric move. I was able to catch up with a really great friend and meet to two other really people.
The first in the series is Holly May. She has the blue
The second one is Marisa Orjalo. She has the pink
The last is Maggie Kennedy- she has the white.
Emma Daniels also did Maggie’s makeup.
I had so much fun shooting this series and meeting so many great people from UTM!
I’ve done many shoots with my amazing friend Rebecca MacDonald. But this one is by far my most favourite. She stood in the cold water and changed into a dress in the cold weather. She’s amazing and such an important friend.
This set is super important to me. I’ve always dreamt of shooting a princess-like set near the water and my dreams finally came true. It’s about finding beauty in the most darkest of moments.
is a first year MMCA student. Originally from Brantford, Ontario, Rhea is a proud member of the LGBT community and believes in equality for all. She specializes in natural and nude looks.
She doesn’t model but she did this shoot just for me. she said that this was one he few times she’s ever felt beautiful in front of a camera.
She gave me the confidence I needed to continue my in photography.
Flowers have been a huge part of my portfolio lately. For a final I decided to take that further and let it takeover.
Thank you to Gaia Brown for being such an amazing Makeup Artist
and thank you to:
Each flower represents a theme that are special to me.
is a second year MMCA student and a dear friend of mine. Originally from Warkworth, Northumberland, England she moved to Canada at a very young age.
Chloe specializes in editorial looks, like high fashion makeup.
Being a really good friend of mine. She’s seen me at my worse. despite that she continues to inspire and tell me to keep trying. Whenever I felt down, I could always turn to her for a friend and a companion for life.
She kept encouraging me to keep going with a positive attitude and changed my outlook on myself not just my photography
I've been trying to shoot a lot more fashion work. I've been wanting to do a shoot with three people for so long now. I want to thank
@morriganmua for being an amazing Makeup Artist and director
And to the models who were stellar.
Here’s a shoot I did with my wonderful friend Madison Roscoe I did for my lay out assignment. I even did an audio interview!
Laken Grace is a 22 year old entrepreneur in Toronto, ON. She is a Junior Partner and Production Manager for DesignersTV as well as working as a freelance Producer, Director and Art Director. Laken’s hobbies include photography, sculpting, modelling and exercising.
Laken graduated from the Bachelor of Film and Television this year and has been such an amazing inspiration and friend.
We decided to do a fashion shoot around lakeshore but not at the lake. I love how the images came out so much.
This is a series I’ve been dying to shoot for the longest time. While shooting this series, I made such an amazing friend in Laken and I got closer to Rebecca and Caila.
I’m so happy with this series as a whole
Makeup by- Henna Khan
Caila Waren- Pink
A fun shoot colour editorial I did with Daniela Rubio and Samantha Cober
Sometimes I get the special opportunity to meet special people and I get to spend time documenting really amazing connections.
Thank you to Nicole and Karolina for letting me into to their lives for a moment.
is a freelance model and makeup artist from Oakville, Ontario. She studied makeup at Sheridan and graduated. Although Caila is a makeup artist, she’s known for her modelling. She’s worked with many photographers in Toronto and has done many types of shoots.
Caila hates the stigma around being a model, She finds it unfair that plus sized models are held to higher standard just because of their body. She finds it unnecessary. She says that body size shouldn’t define what it means to be a model.
Although it made not seem like it, Caila a very morbid sense of humour. Caila makes every shoot I do with her so much fun. Getting to know her this year was amazing. Even when we’re not shooting together and just talking about life; I feel like I really have a friend I can rely for the rest of my life.
She also hates the song “Wonderwall” by “Oasis. A lot actually.
Here are some assorted portraits that aren’t part of any particular series.
Part two of a narrative fashion series I did with my amazing friend @ems_robertson
Why can't you be as miserable as me?
I tried my best to lie: "How are you? I'm doing fine"#lakeshore #portraitphotographer#portraitphotographer #fashion#fashionphotography #blackclothing#onlocation #outside #portraiture #water#lake #beauty #beautyphotography#naturallightphotography
A fashion series, I had so much fun doing with three incredible people!
This was my final for my portrait class. The objective was create a series based around one theme. I chose the different ways flowers can be used to show different emotions.
Red -passion and love
Black-Sadness and sorrow
Green- harmony and growth
I'd love to thank Mary Violet Stankevicius for being the MUA for this amazing series. And I'd love to thank the wonderful friends who modelled for me.
Here's all "candid" location shots. In this gallery I'll put photos that aren't exactly a full shoot but more spur of the moment.
This is where all my environment, street and location shots go.
A series based on the different ways paint can be used as a medium.
A very very special thanks to Rachel Lockdust for being the MUA for this series.
And special thanks to:
For an assignment for my location class I had the opporunity to shoot at the Historic Distillery District in Toronto! It was rainy but i had such a fun time. I wanna thank you Anika Spörri and Kirsten Elizabeth for being amazing and patient with me.
Here's the first part of the shoot i did with my amazing friend Emily Robertson on Lakeshore in Oakville, Ontario.
Neon lights and late nights.
My first foray into professional fashion photography!
Thank you to Britni Kenny, Julia Dunne, and Rebecca McDonald
And the talented MUA Kay Kenny and Shaydin Desjardin
Product for me has been a struggle but I do really enjoy it a lot. I’d love to do more in the future.
Heidi Channel Petersdorfer really great friend of mine. She was amazing to work with. We went to high school together and is a very talented tattoo artist and designer.
For the shoot I really wanted to do something floral. I found this really cute location in my hometown.
The first shoot of what was supposed to be my 4th year at Sheridan College.
A really amazing collab with my amazing friend Rhea Miller and Catherine Jones. Rhea found a skate park, and really wanted to shoot there. I of course, couldn’t resist.
MUA: Rhea Miller
Model: Catherine Jones.
This series is the first thing I shot for my 4th year at Sheridan. This series is super important to me, as it’s been something I’ve wanted to shoot for so long.
Lights mean so many things to so many people.
Thank you to Laurelle Barker, Karolina Kotus and Isobel Sheridan for modelling
This is a subseries I shot with Rhea Miller, Emily Masurkevitch and Kasha Pinel. It makes me happy to my visions come to life. I’ve always wanted to shoot outdoor fashion I even used outdoor lights. I love everyone i shot with so dearly.
A series I shot with Emily Masurkevich and Kasha Pinel who are both musical theatre students. I wanted to go for a more naturey theme and this is a shoot i’ve been planning since August. I’m so glad it finally came through.
I’ve worked with Emily before but nothing editorial or fashion related so it was nice and refreshing to shoot something amazing her. Shooting with them both felt natural and amazing.
A shoot about compassion and love and flowers. This shoot allowed me to finally do something I’ve always wanted to shoot. I really felt like this was one of my favourite shoots I’ve done all year. I played Gravity during
I want to thank Krizia Natale and Abby Woodhouse for the amazing shoot and amazing time.
This was a fun series to shoot with my 3 amazing friends. I miss the falling leaves and the beautiful colours.
I want to thank Caila Warren,
This series is based on fabric and how it moves with dance. I wanted to show the harmony between movement and dancer.
I want to thank the models who trusted me to shoot this series. It’s a very intimate series and I can’t thank everyone enough. There is slight nudity, so be wary when browsing the rest of the photos
The first in the series is Kasha Pinel
This series is about fashion and the streets. Street Fashion! I really loved the shoot I did with my friend Laken in the summer that I wanted to do it again!
The first one is my my amazing friend Lindsay Rolland-Mills, A graduate of the MT program at Sheridan who I’ve only shot in studio with.
And the MUA is my dear friend Avalon Merton.
( it was also -25 when we shot. I’m so sorry Lindsay)
The next two were my friends Heather Massi and Abby Woodhouse. I’ve shot with Abby when we shot the White Fashion Series, she’s the second in this set.
This was the first time I shot with Heather. Heather has the pink hair and is the third person in this set
The Makeup Artist is also an amazing friend whom I love very much Angie Carpenter
A sub series from my fashion series. I thought it’d be fun to get some pair shots. The name “ Back To The Road” comes from the joke that cars only came whenever we wanted to shoot on the road.
It so much fun !
This shoot was so much fun. Working with Kate and Britni was so amazing. They were so easy to work with.
This shoot is about heavy flowers and propping. It’s based on the series of the same name by Andrews Korvas.
The models were: Kate Ferrin and Britni Kenny and the MUA was Angie Carpenter.
Model: Jessika Kruk
Styling and Wardrobe: Nikki Fox and Jesica Warden
This was a really fun shoot with my amazing friend Morrigan Leek and Mackenzie Grant.
It was so much shooting in a bath tub and being stuck in a washroom
This is the first shoot I did with my friend Rose Donoghue. We shot on Main Street in Newmarket, I haven’t shot there since 1st year! It was fun reminiscing. 4 years makes such a different.