Toronto Personal Branding Photographer
I am a branding photographer based out of Toronto and serve areas in Ontario including Hamilton, Oshawa and Barrie. My style is technical, authentic and clean.
We edit and retouch our images according to your brand style. That means if you have a business that is bright and airy like a wedding photographer that focuses on high end wedding we will edit the images bright and light. That also means if you are a BBQ catering business and you have a darker vibe, we will edit the images with more contrast to embody your brand.
What is Branding Photography?
We all have started hearing these terms: Branding Photography, Brand Photographer, Personal Branding Photographer. A “new” type of photography has emerged and I put it in quotation marks because new doesn’t mean new in this case. New in this case means reconfigured or reorganized. Businesses like yours are now looking to do a mix of photography types for their social media, content for your website or social ads. Because of the technological world we live in, businesses now need fresh new images monthly, bi monthly or quarterly. So instead of looking for a portrait photographer, you might be looking for someone to shoot you as head of the business, your products and your space.
What makes me different from other photographers?
So why hire me, that is the question. My degree in photography and extensive experience shooting a variety of subjects including architecture, food, people, products and stop motion animations make me the perfect photographer to shoot this type of imagery. Because a business is not just its products, but also its people, its service, and space I will be able to create some amazing images that highlight your company.
How does it work?
All branding sessions whether your first one or your tenth one will have a goal set that will be discussed during our consultation. We do this because not every business is the same, and you might want to focus your images on a certain angle you want to portray about your business.
My packages range from a full branding shoot to a subscription service.
Which one is better for you?
A single branding session is about 4 hours and you receive an average of 50 photos. This is a more rounded photoshoot that encompasses most of your business aspects. This is perfect for someone that wants new images for your website, and to start fresh with some professional photography.
The second option is to join our subscription service. Most business that hires me to do this type of work hire me on a monthly basis. I usually deliver 30 assets per month, which is roughly about 1 post a day for social media. The good thing about this is that the photoshoots become more focused and you can really work on creating custom content that works for that month of the year. Some businesses hire me on a bimonthly or quarterly service.
What does it include?
No matter where you are in your business, there is something for everyone.
All packages include the following:
A consultation where we discuss how you want to portray your business!
Showcase your business with you or your employees! It is important that your customers see what you or your employees do!
What do you do on your spare time? What do you want people to see that makes you human? We will photograph you in a more candid and fun way!
Branded images showcasing your product or service that you can use any day of the week for your social media.
An amazing photographer here to help you create amazing content of your products and help you and guide you so you look amazing too.
Full editing of each image to ensure it reflects the best version of you and your business. Headshots are hand edited to a 'magazine cover' standard and the documentary/lifestyle images will be curated so they (and in turn you) look polished and professional.
2018 Winter Stations Commission images published in Azure, Now Toronto, ArchDaily, and others.
2018 American Airlines, American Way Magazine
2018 Toronto Visitor Guide, Toronto Magazine
2017 BBC, Live TV, (Studio Background for Invictus Games 2017)
2017 Hello Magazine, Where to visit Toronto, 2017
2017 Winter Stations Commission images published in City Lab, Arch Daily, Canadian Architect, Public Space, Canadian Interiors, Lonely Planet, Torontoist and many others.
2015-2016: Sport Images published in Toronto Star,OUA (Ontario University Athletics), Ryerson University Athletics, CarletonUniversity Athletics, U Ottawa, Sportsnet, Ryersonian
2016 Toronto Magazine and Visitor Guide, SeeToronto Now (Tourism Toronto)
2016 Winter Stations Commission images published inDezeen, Azure, Arch Daily, and many others.
February 2016, Culture Jam at Elgin Theater Image,Ryerson Folio Magazine
January 2016, Emboss Magazine Nostalgia Issue, Vol1&2., and Vol 2., Reflected Landscape Series, MagCloud
April 2015,Elydoric (photography series), Function Magazine ed. 16
March 2015, PANOPTIC: THIRD YEAR SHOW CATALOG,MagCloud
November 2014, Echoes of Myself, Self PublishedBook, Blurb