Victoria loves being naked. That’s all you need to know.
Shot on site at the Omni King Edward Hotel in Toronto.
She’s currently training for the 2014 fitness competition season — and trust me, she ain’t holding back. You can follow her journey here on her Instagram account.
This tiger bodysuit is one of my most favourite things I’ve purchased (I got it at Urban Planet). I still have a colour version to use at some point too!
Originally shot in 2011 in black and white, I reworked a slight variation of this shot in colour. I think I like the colour version better!
Meet Lina. All natural. East coast. And no, I won’t introduce you to her. Like Lina’s Facebook Page!
She looks a bit like 2008 Playboy Playmate of the Year Jayde Nicole Gelette-Ivany, no? With maybe a little Vanessa Hudgens thrown in for good measure.
It was a pretty brisk evening when Marietta and I shot, which was quite different from the sweltering heat we endured last time we got together. You may recognize this dress as one we used before and Marietta requested it again to see if we could do better. I think we did.
Lighting was a single Alien Bees 1600 strobe in a 24×36 Photoflex softbox. Shot with a Nikon D600 and 24-120mm f/4 lens.
Brandi from 2010.
Say hello to 19-year old Riley! Riley first contacted me when she was just 17, curious to learn more about the modeling world. Although there were a few false starts, we eventually got together in December and knocked out these photos at the Hyatt Regency Toronto. Riley’s currently training to be a plumber (hence her crazy guns), drives a truck, and is from a town in Ontario a little more quaint than Toronto — but she cleans up real nice! Follow her on Instagram! (Follow me too, if you’d like.)
You’ll see more of Riley soon, I promise.
You’ve seen Alison on the blog before, but only as a result of my trips to Halifax. She’s bound to be a more frequent face around these parts since she’s just moved to Toronto and we (the city) have no intention of ever giving her back to Halifax. She must stay forever! I mean, just look at her.
These were all photographed with the late day sun at the Hanlan’s Point beach at the Toronto Islands. Even though I lugged a good deal of gear with me on the ferry, I ended up using almost none of it. Just the camera, two lenses (50mm f/1.8 and 70-200mm f/2.8), and nothing else!