fine art photography

SNAP! Toronto: "Best Landscape"

White Dress, winner in the category Best Landscape, SNAP! Toronto 2015

White Dress, winner in the category Best Landscape, SNAP! Toronto 2015

Thank you to SNAP! Toronto for the great honour - proud to be part of such a positive event put on by an organization that does so much.

Seven years ago today, I landed in Toronto and I feel grateful to the city and look forward to upcoming adventures to come in the next seven years.

Happy Canada Day

Thank you so much to (Canadian Photographers Network) for all the social media love today as well as Vistek via the (All About the Image) among others. I'm very flattered that people have interacted and shared this image as much as they have.

Happy Canada Day 2014!

Album Cover Art

Congratulations to Eddie and New York based "The Fucked Up Beat" on their new album release!

Interesting idea for their cover art: there are multiple versions each with a different cover, but with each cover comes one unique track. So the first 13 songs are the same across all versions - the 14th song is specific to each cover. Lots of great artwork and happy to be a part of it.

Buy the album here.

Resin Art: the process from coffee to blowtorch to wall

I've been resin coating a lot of my own photography lately and had only ever done it for other people otherwise. I must say, the process, while a bit sloppy, is somewhat therapeutic. It's normally quiet time - tranquil, peaceful. There's also something very satisfying about creating something offline - something real in the physical world with your own two hands. I also love the finished look of resin. It's smooth, shiny, glassy and somehow so permanent.

I also wanted to video the process for a couple of reasons. For one it's easier to explain what it is and how to do it by showing someone. Also I'd love to make these short films for other people who create things with their hands. I think people are naturally just as curious about the process of anything as much as the final product. The craft itself is somehow intriguing and so is the art of film making - something I hope to explore more this year.


It goes without saying, of course, that coffee is step one of just about every process. Unless of course it's past coffee time....


"Home alone with my scotch and a blowtorch - what could possibly go wrong¿?"


Thanks to friends for their curiosity on instagram & facebook last week with such cryptic messages. Now you know!