There’s a huge difference between a Photographer and someone with a camera. Your Marketing Department will thank you for hiring a Professional.
No Sub Contracts
All the photographs you see on this website were produced by one photographer, me.
Social Skills Matter
I am curious by nature and you’ll soon forget that there’s a camera between us.
Attention To Detail
Sure, everyone claims that they pay attention to the details, but it all starts with careful planning.
Owning a camera no more makes one a photographer than owning a hammer makes one a carpenter.
The Way I See It… is more than a memorable tagline, it’s a unique vision.
Experience Never Grows Old
Over 20 years of successfully completing work, both in the studio and on-location.
I was made in Spain but raised and educated in Canada. As a Toronto based photographer with both Canadian and E.U. passports, my fluency in English, French and Spanish, I believe, has played a subtle but influential role in my creative development and world view.
When I first embarked on this adventure, owning the label of Photographer was something that I struggled with for many years. It sounded so pretentious. Then one day, while on assignment, a stranger approached me and asked if I considered myself to be an artist. Wow!
I answered YES.
Let’s be honest, anyone with a camera can take a snapshot, you could do it yourself, but that’s not why you’re here. You recognize that there is a difference in quality between what you’ll produce and the results you expect from a Professional Photographer.
Furthermore, “How much do you charge for a photograph?” or “What’s your Hourly Rate?” may sound like simple questions, with a straight forward answer, but with few exceptions, every project is different. You’d be wise to base your hiring decisions on the photographer’s experience, unique point of view and personal qualities.
Yes, but you still want some basic numbers, right?
A picture may be worth a thousand words but I asked my customers for just a few and this is what they had to say.