A bit of autumn cleanup

It’s been a crazy busy autumn as usual, but I’m getting back to some fun upcoming projects.

Next Friday, the 4th of December, The Bracebridge School of Ballet will be setting up the stage at Rene M Caisse theatre for our “Mistletoes 2015” recitals, then heading to downtown Bracebridge for the evening, where many of the dancers will be performing as “Living Windows” for various businesses. I’m looking forward to taking some great shots again this year!
You can check out some shots from last year here:


The next day, Saturday the 5th, recitals will run at 12pm & 3pm, with a fundraising bake sale in the atrium entrance. All the details and ticket info available at the links above.

Bracebridge Rotary has begun rehearsals for the 2016 musical production of “Mary Poppins”, and I’m honored to be taking on the role of Bert. I’ll try to get up more details as we get closer to the show scheduled to open the last week of February.

I’ve been getting back to some more focused work on some photos, a few new shoots hopefully over the holidays, as well as digging up some old shots from out east. Check out my newer work at:

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And just because its been a while…

crunch time!

Working hard on a killer upcoming month.
Polishing off some dances for the upcoming Bracebridge School of Ballet‘s year end recitals June 5th & 6th, at the Rene M Caisse Theatre. Check out the poster below for all the details.

And then one month today we open The Dragonfly Theatre Company‘s production of “The Importance of Being Ernest” at the Gravenhurst Opera House. Check out the poster at the bottom for ticket information.

Poster By Emma Phillips

Fashion Photo Showcase

As mentioned in a previous post, at the end of February I got down to Toronto and took part in the 500px.com event “Models VS Photographers” and got some great shots. A few weeks later I was contacted to let me know that I was one of three photographers to have our work selected for a feature article on their “500px ISO” site, and I’m proud to be able to pass it on now here:

Aside from the three photographer interviews, there is also a short behind the scenes video they put together for the day.

I’ve been a bit busy lately between work and two theatre shows, but will hopefully be getting onto some new photo projects in the near future! In the meantime, you can check out all my shots from the day and previous modeling photos on my 500px account here: