Before I was an illustrator, I was a photographer. Not a professional photographer mind you, it was purely for my own amusement, but it was my main artistic love. It was a way for me to capture the beauty in everything that I came across. And the sky was the limit! Whether it was the beautiful beaches of Barbados, athletes in motion (or not), food, and of course my beautiful birthplace – Toronto, I wanted to capture it all. And after my accident, well, I didn’t feel like doing much of anything. But slowly, I have been getting back into things – blogging & photography included. Beach in Barbados (2007) Zambia National Soccer Team in Richmond, B.C. (2007) Toronto skyline (2007) In any case, I love to see what other photographers are up to and it serves as a huge point of inspiration for me. The other night I was invited to the Scotiabank Photography Award launch event: Beyond the Frame. The event was to celebrate the award’s three finalists, Suzy Lake, Jayce Salloum and Pascal …
And the week-long reunion that is fashion week has come to an end! It always feels like such a whirlwind of a week!
Day four meant that the end of the week was near, but that didn’t stop TFW attendees from showing up in style!
The weather just didn’t want to cooperate on day three of TFW. It was cold. It was rainy one minute, and not the next. Oh Mother Nature!
Today’s observations: Coats are cool, mustard-yellow is “in”, and quite a few people were rocking black suede knee-high boots.