Keegan Trumpour/Opeongo and I took a couple hours to traipse, climb, and dodge flooded parks around Ward’s Island to get some headshots for his upcoming releases — any excuse to flee the city is welcome, but it was really a great afternoon out. Thanks, Keegan, for going with the flow! Look forward to hearing more of your stuff soon!
Always a blast working with Girls Rock Camp Toronto, this time at Dixon Hall Music School for March Break — thanks to The Musical Cool Cats, ROAD K1LL, Unicorn Girls Rock, and the Rainbow Girls! for being such rockstar models! ❤️ 🎸 ❤️
Girls Rock Camp is an inclusive musical community empowering girls through music using week-long workshops, camp programming, and after-school programs.
The folks behind Girls Rock Camp Toronto launched their inaugural Rock Camp for Grownups at the Tranzac last month. Kudos to all of these amazing ladies for going with the flow and being absolute naturals in front of the camera!
Though my photography career was birthed in the live music world, I admit official band and group portraits are still not my comfort zone. However, with the enthusiastic groups at Girls Rock Camp, it becomes a total no-brainer. Thanks, girls, for making it easy... and fun.
A couple years ago, I attended the Mad River Rocks music festival and met the gorgeous Rekha Patel, a Toronto-based singer-songwriter with a voice that flows like sweet, sweet honayyy. We reconnected a bit after that in a swampy marshland, where I grabbed a few summery sunset shots for her EP cover, The Heart Line. I don't know about you, but I'm pretty happy with how this fits in with the design. Looks great!
But seriously, take some time out of your day and check out Rekha's The Heart Line, now back on iTunes with an added bonus track.