Our shoot with Upbeet Foods was all about corporate portraits but with a twist. Each member of the team was encouraged to bring an item to represent who they are and show a bit more of a personal side to them.They wanted their users to go onto their site and feel as though they were getting to know individual members of the team and relate to them on a more casual level.
We were honoured to photograph Pharmacy Clinic magazine to photograph the recipients of the 2016 Overall Patient Care Award. We wanted to show their professionalism, their dedication, and most importantly, the way that their smiles are there to help with any patient’s problem.
When we met the Bola Brothers, they tolds us that they are two brothers starting a real estate business and wanted a fresh, modern, contemporary look. We wanted to capture all this and more, especially their warm smiles and fantastic energy, which created an unbelievable result.
Inspired by GAP commercials and living in Toronto, the world’s most culturally diverse city, Tesoro Artistry came to us with the idea for their new hair extension line. They gathered a diverse group of individuals with a wide range of looks and hair types and created a variety of hairstyles. They wanted to show that air extensions are universal and for everyone, all while paying homage to their hometown.
Rena Sangha was running for political office and came to us for some new portraits. She didn’t want them to be the typically serious portrait that comes with politics - She wanted something that was much more relaxed and showed the casual and fun side to her. Her liveliness and vivacious personality was easy to capture and they both shine through in the final images.
The shoot that we did for Nima Real Estate brought us to Nima’s own condo development and gave this collection a personal touch. We strived to create environmental portraits that truly represent his style and the types of projects that we works on.