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Commercial & Architectural Photographer In Toronto

Dynamic images for businesses, interior designers, architects,  real estate, and construction professionals.

Philip is an is an award winning commercial and architectural professional photographer based in Toronto, 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 15 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.

“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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York University shoot – VISTA program
Posted on April 4, 2019

Probably the most interesting assignment I have ever done. Not necessarily the images created, but the subject matter. To quote from the YU website “The VISTA program, Vision: Science to Applications builds on York University’s world-leading interdisciplinary expertise in biological and computer vision. The central scientific question that drives VISTA is ‘How can neural and/or machine systems […]

Bay Wellington Centre shoot
Posted on March 14, 2019

I have shot the Bay Wellington Centre/Brookfield Place a few times for various clients, always interesting.    

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