My favourite properties to photograph are those old (for Toronto) red-brick houses that dot the city. Here are 3 Parkdale Mansions that I’ve photographed in the past couple of weeks.
Views from balconies and terraces across the city of Toronto.
Beach or Beaches? Here’s Victoria Park, Neville Park, Balmy Beach, Scarboro Beach, Kew Beach and Woodbine Beach.
Inside Osgoode Hall in Toronto, during the Doors Open event.
The R.C. Harris Water Filtration Plant is usually off limits. Once a year, for Doors Open Toronto, they let people (and photographers) in to see the iconic, art deco building from the inside.
Every Torontonians’ favourite subway station. The Museum Subway Station on the Yonge / University line, in Toronto.
A spectacular landscape, and the cities best beach. Here are some all-season photos of the Scarborough Bluffs.
I first photographed the Waterworks in 1971, when I was ten. It’s one of the most compelling buildings in Toronto, and is full of memories…
To prepare for the arrival of the new streetcars, the TTC have been digging up and rebuilding the Grand Union at Bathurst & Dundas in Toronto.