My goal is to create exciting street dance portraits shot in downtown Toronto’s Graffiti Alley. A popular tourist destination, Graffiti Alley is known for its urban vibe and popping colours. My model, choreographer Romeo Casellas, uses his original dance moves and personal style to add edginess and attitude to each image. The result is 10… Read More
A lifelong love of history and a curiosity about exploring forgotten places drew me to Cooper’s Falls, a ghost town north of Orillia near Washago, Ontario. I visited the area several times and was inspired by the natural beauty of the forests, trails and waterways, as well as the story of resilient founders and residents… Read More
In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, I was fortunate to visit my hometown of Sudbury, Ontario. This series of photos captures the essence of my memories of this northern city – a town rich in history, diverse in population and renowned around the globe for its mines and advances in geologic studies.
Photographs of commuters connection (or not) in the subway system by Neena. The Toronto subway system has a culture of its own. It is a system teeming with life that one may or may not pay attention to. People come and go…some at break neck speeds, others in a leisurely stroll. Some who are menacing… Read More
“Clothes make a man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.” – Mark Twain My project explores the various differences between a person wearing clothes and the same person being naked. These differences vary from their own personality, to how they are perceived by others and who they are expected to… Read More
FATHOM Vision is found in details. An inner beauty hidden for eyes to see and a number of hearts to understand. Perfection is questioned when you zoom in enough, and yet that is completely separate from the unblemished big picture. All beings start from the tiniest particles and slowly build up to a bigger and… Read More