Tag Archives: Downtown Toronto

These are all from the archives, as I slowly re-edit old photos to rid them of the garish editing I used to employ back in the day. Still unsure which will make my upcoming colour street photography book. If you … Continue reading

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From the archives

So I’ve been busy going through my archives on the hunt for images that might make the cut for my upcoming (I hope, by Black Friday this year) colour street photography book. Problem is, back when I made these images … Continue reading

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Ahhh… Spring has finally sprung here in Toronto, Canada!

So we’re back into a lockdown again. Our reopening was short lived, like two weeks long. But what’cha gonna do, right? Case numbers were growing like crazy and our ICU beds across the province were filling up quickly. The latest … Continue reading

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Two selfies and two colour street shots

The first and third images are selfies. In the first, my buddy and I were standing across the street from the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) and you can see us reflected in the windows up high. The third image … Continue reading

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Shots from my walkabout through downtown Toronto last weekend

Well it looks like spring’s closer than ever. The weather’s been slowly getting more comfortable and I’ve even had a few opportunities to sit outside in my local park to read, which is nice. Usually during the winter months I’ll … Continue reading

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Toronto Streets, in Colour

Back to some colour street work. The above four images are recent. I typically refrain from shooting people from behind, but with the first image I was drawn to the little teddy hanging from her backpack. Hope you like them. … Continue reading

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Six dogs and a cat

You may not know this about me, but I’m a complete sucker for dogs and cats and photograph them whenever I can. Here are but a few from the past few weeks. Once we reopen our economy and this pandemic … Continue reading

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Fairmont Royal York Hotel

Some shots I made early last November of one of Canada’s most iconic hotels. This is before our current lockdown came into effect. Hope you like them. For my black & white work, please follow me on Instagram.

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