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Commercial Photography

Dynamic images for corporations, businesses, real estate, architects, interior designers.

Philip is a Toronto-based commercial photographer, producing dynamic images for corporations, businesses, architects, real estate agents, interior designers, construction professionals and the hospitality sector. His images are typically used for web sites, marketing presentations, public relations initiatives, corporate communications and editorial purposes. Equally at home in an interior design shoot or an industrial situation he has the experience, professional versatility and range of equipment to handle most eventualities. Satisfied customers can attest to this; furthermore his ability to cater to last minute deadlines and his realistically priced assignments are always appreciated.

Working throughout North America for over 12 years, Philip’s awareness of composition and light and the determination of viewpoint result in images that have strong impact and lasting impression, earning him a high percentage of repeat clients.

Philip graduated from the University of York in northern England with a BA honours degree in Sociology and Psychology, in spite of spending a disproportionate amount of time in the photographic darkroom and on photo shoots.

“Tell me about your project. Phone or email with details of your requirements, the approximate number of images, location, time frame, and the intended usage. I will get back to you promptly and submit a quotation. I look forward to working with you.”

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New Seasons Market
Posted on November 5, 2015

         Went to Portland, Oregon this month to shoot a newly opened New Seasons Market for LRS Architects. Yes, it did rain a lot during the 2 days I was there! – but it held off sufficiently for a dawn and a dusk session for the exterior work.

Sotawall shoot
Posted on October 13, 2015

         Photographed the head office of Sotawall this week,  glazed curtain wall manufacturers in Brampton, ON designed by Ware Malcomb. The exterior would have looked good during the day or dusk because of the highly reflective nature of the building, but a less usual, low key look was preferred. Because of the nature of […]

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