FAT = Fashion, Art, Toronto. Deemed Toronto’s Alternative Fashion Week, steering clear of any big-name corporate sponsorship or takeover, it is an independent event not to miss. This year’s was full of impressive designs, refreshing art and amazing performances. I was photographer and production designer for the Copious show and here are some of my favourite moments:
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I’m so happy to finally have this magazine in my hands! I did a shoot last year for the 2013 fall/winter Copious collection which is now laid out in a gorgeous editorial in Xquisit’s winter celebration issue. Here are some of my favs from this shoot, as well as some less-than technically stellar behind the scenes pics, and, of course, the magazine!
Photography: Kaja Tirrul
Stylist: Carissa McCaig
Models: Elana Baum for Models International Management and Danika Cziranka-Crooks
Hair: Theresa Sabourin
Clothing by Copious Fashions
This amazing eyewear line is both beautiful and eco-consicous. Designed in Canada, made from re-claimed wood from Ghana, they are truly one-of-a-kind pieces of wearable art. Bohten’s founder, Nana Boateng Osei had a new line to celebrate as well as a recent appearance on CBC’s Dragon’s Den. Here are some highlights from this fabulous evening:
Canadian Olympians donated their time working at Food Banks in cities across Canada for the annual Thanksgiving food drive. They sorted, packed, boxed and bagged food donations all day Friday before the long weekend hit. In Ottawa the olympians were Laurie Graham (1980, 1984, 1988 Olympian, Alpine Skiing), Sue Halloway (1976, 1980, 1984 Olympian, Cross Country & Canoe/Kayak) and Michael Tayler (London 2012 Olympian, Canoe-Kayak Slalom). I am lucky enough to be the one attempting to capture this great day!
I’ve been so busy with various photo shoots lately that I haven’t had a chance to do a blog post. Which upsets me. I love blogging.
All of the photos I take which have no home can always find refuge here. (When I can find the time to post).
Here are snippets of my short nyc trip turned longer due to Ms. Hurricane Sandy’s arrival.
Please click and have a looky through . . .