My latest and final photo essay for the NFB’s GDP Project – An interview with 92 y.o. Bea Levis on the well being of older Canadian during these economic times. Check out the full photo essay here.
A very happy dog in Kensington…mind you, I only noticed how happy he was afterward when I saw the image closer while editing. Oi.
Last month I was asked to shoot for the Great Waterfront Trail Adventure – a 730km bike ride over 8 days from Niagara to the Quebec border. Having done cycling tours before, this was a great experience…Except, I’d never done a long trip while carrying two DSLRs on my back. Not to mention the 40 degrees Celsius temperature throughout the whole week. That was a toughy. Nonetheless, an awesome trip.
A few months back, I had the chance of shooting some food photography of Chef Hashimoto creations at a Canadian Film Centre function. He owns the restaurant Kaiseki Yu-zen Hashimoto in Toronto and I have shot with them many a times. The family run restaurant hopes to one day publish an book which illustrates not only Chef Hashimoto’s incredibly creative dishes, but also more intimate behind-the-scenes images of the cooking process. Check out their site here
To see the full series please click here. These are the images I took on Saturday, June 26 during the G20 protests in Toronto, ON. There’s a disconnect when seeing other cities go through similar incidents. But definitely had an immense feeling of discomfort seeing the city I grew up in turn this way.
More images at: www.gohiromoto.com/#/STORIES/G20/1