I’m a professional photographer, based in Toronto, Canada. I specialize in high-end real estate and corporate marketing events, as well as the more traditional fields of weddings and portraits.
Born in Britain to an English Father and a Canadian Mother, my passion for photography goes back to my first 35mm camera at the age of 10, while growing up in the Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto. Four decades later and the camera has never been far from my side as I’ve traveled and lived in England and Australia before settling back in Canada in 2007.
Photography is my second career as I spent 24 years working for some of the worlds top retailers. My most recent full-time position was with Loblaws at their head office in Brampton, Ontario. My role was Senior Director for Product Flow in their Supply Chain Transformation department.
I studied photography at the University of Hertfordshire in England. I’ve since taken numerous courses in colour management, fine art printing and Photoshop. I’ve also been on several workshops where I’ve been able to learn from some of the world’s best photographers.
Photography is much more than a job to me. I truly love taking photographs and enjoy
every shoot almost every shoot. There is nothing more rewarding than presenting the final print to a happy customer, or hearing from a seller just how much over asking their listing sold for.
As a photographer, you can expect this site to be predominantly about showing pictures, but the whole idea of having a blog is that I can write about anything I please. So get ready to hear about public transport, municipal politics, condo development, Toronto history, Arsenal Football Club, Robert Fripp, supermarkets, fresh produce, customer-centric supply chain design and some boring technical stuff about photography and my workflow.