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Trip to the 48th floor. (…with a fear of heights.)

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  When it comes to overcoming fears it's ALL about facing them, that includes sucking up the fact you're scared of heights (or as I like to say have an understanding and appreciation of mortality) and going 48 floors up the side of a downtown development in a rickety construction elevator that creaks, groans, skips and shakes. Sounds like a great idea, right?

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Wedding bells: Tobias & Michelle

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I was recently given the honor of being asked to shoot my good friend and follow photographer Tobias' (aka Visualbass) marriage to his lovely fiancee Michelle at Joy Bistro in Toronto. Based on the work I usually do I'll be the first to admit this was a first wedding shoot for me, but by the looks of the final images, and the pleased reactions of both bride and groom I think it's safe to say that I managed to capture their special day just right. Here are some of my favorite photos of the day...

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Under the bridge: 2010 Toronto Graffiti throwback

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  Lately I've been clearing up disk space on my computer and with over 77k photos on one of my drives that means there's a ton of images to sort through and some of which have never been uploaded. Today I ended up going through a bunch of pics from 2009/2010 and keeping up with my last post I'm going to post some more Toronto graffiti. Below you'll find a mix and blend of works by: Ren, Kwest, Sight,  Kasm and Bacon (these photos were shot on April 19th 2010). Over the next few weeks while I thin out my hard drive I'll post more graffiti pics, lord knows I have a ton of them. Enjoy!

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Fresh off the burner: Art Child

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So I got a call from Art Child today to come snap a few pics of the piece he just wrapped up in a Dundas St. West alley here in the west end of Toronto, needless to say he crushed it as usual. I love the little 'dripping to the sewer' detail he added.

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