The background for another assignment matched my roommate's scarf, so at the end of the shoot, 5 shots were taken of the happy coincidence. This is the final image!
This past weekend some friends and I took a day hike in the Adirondack mountains. We hiked up to Indian Head, a 2262m climb. While exhausting at times, the view at the end made it all worth it. I would highly recommend hiking up to Indian Head one day, the view is breathtaking.
Last weekend I took a trip out to Rawdon for some camping. I brought my camera, and we got very lucky with the great weather and light that was in our campsite. Here are some shots from the trip!
I purchased my car in the winter of this year, and since I got it I've wanted to use it in a photo shoot. Finally the day came around where I had time, weather, a location, and a clean car to do a little shoot. Below are my favourite two shots.
What a hectic yet amazing experience this was! On a very rushed deadline, we were tasked with creating a series of images for some of Kamik's 2017 Spring/Summer shoes and boots. Between staying up all night finalizing details to watering an entire field of grass to get rid of morning dew, our dedicated team (through much coffee and freezing weather... this was shot in the fall) made it look like summer.
It was a rad experience working with Kamik, I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
On a drive around a small island near my home, I ran into this small town that seemed almost abandoned. It was a bit of an eerie experience.
I wanted to test some lighting techniques, Lauren wanted to test some makeup. Why not kill two birds with one stone and end up with this shot?
Sometimes the most interesting results come from those 5 minute portrait sessions you have with people. Lauren and I both think she looks pretty bad ass in this shot!
I went for a walk with a friend yesterday and thought the light under this overpass was really great. After snapping some shots, decided this was my favourite.
Clémentine is an up-and-coming clothing brand based in Montreal. When Eric Clement, clothing designer, contacted me with a concept for shooting his unique collection, I couldn't refuse. I've always been drawn to "darker" shoots so this felt like a great opportunity. I always feel lucky when I get to work awesome people, and this was no exception. We all persevered through the raging heat, even with the models wearing coats; and, in the end had a ton of fun with great results!
Check out Clémentine's Instagram page here