For the past few years, I’ve been looking back at my photography stats. Many (if not most) of these numbers are useless, especially when being analyzed like this in a vacuum, but they’re still fun nonetheless. I like graphs.
New ways of brewing or grinding coffee, beautifully designed drinkware, extremely geeky products, and fresh coffee beans from Kaito roasters. I probably drank a lifetime’s worth of coffee over the following months.
In this post, I’ll be sharing a collection of portraits that I’ve taken over the past several months. All of them were taken in Luminarium, my studio space, which I’ve recently transformed into a co-working & studio space.
Harvester, scavenger, designer.
I discovered Raku Inoue’s Instagram page about a year ago and was completely enthralled by his Natura Insects series. He collects flowers, twigs, seeds, and leaves, and re-arranges them into beetles, butterflies, mantises, and more. The ingenuity and detail in his creations is ridiculous and I’m obsessed.
In this post, I’ll give you a little tour of Luminarium, my first photography studio!
Since February, I’ve been offering Fuji’s friends headshot sessions at my studio located right next to my dog park.
A few years ago, I re-vamped the portraits for the entire staff of McGill University’s MacDonald campus, and I’ve since gotten occasional requests from smaller departments to do the same. Last fall, I met up with various profs and staff members from McGill’s School of Environment to renew their headshots.
BLUE BACKGROUND HEADSHOTS! A rare sight on my website, but I have nothing against colour (even though my wardrobe, apartment, studio space, accessories, etc. may suggest otherwise). Maybe I just have a thing for neutrals ok? In any case, blue background headshots for this crew.