With no visual exit, I saw the light fade from my artistic past as I entered the tunnel of conformity. Little did I know, that a chance meeting with a magnificent artist would breakdown those walls and give back the access to my lost artistic soul.
Among the glow of the Epping Creek valley, artists and musicians gather together for a unique festival of friends, food and music.
Get an up-close and personal look at how my 6 days in Algonquin Park faired while working on part two of the Algonquin Park Project.
For once I was lost, I am now found
Broken up clouds with a sunny disposition was the start to my long tedious drive to a place called Lost Coin Lake, where I was about to embark on a solo adventure and the start of the Algonquin Park Project; a summer long tourism project on the interior of the largest protected natural area in Ontario.
Recently I was hired by the Spielmacher family to provide family portraits and lifestyle images of their one year old son Bryson. The two hour session resulted in a collection of 40 images, both posed and candid, that created a memorable milestone for the family. Their two children, Bryson and Avery, were delightfully cooperative when they had to stay still and smile. Bryson, like most little boy's, definitely was the most rambunctious during the candid session, although that made for some great shots.
It's always refreshing to work with a client who has the same vision, as photographing children can be complicated at times. The Spielmacher family was an excellent example of photographic harmony and I look forward to working with them again in the future.
If you are looking for family portraiture, you can reach Exposure Studio through our contact page.