Ballerinas @ the AGO

My photography has certainly undergone a revolution over the years. It started when I was in university and digital SLR cameras first came out. I had the first Canon Rebel and used it mostly for shooting some events for my workplace and trips. I'll never forget the excitement I would feel when I got a shot I really loved.

As I became immersed in photography, I started to combine my love of the arts and my studies in architecture, to look at things differently. I also was able to start to photograph ballerinas and instantly a new passion was ignited.

Model and dancer Alayna Kellet at the AGO wearing Starkers Corsetry

While I learned photography almost in reverse (learning studio lighting before how to work in natural light), I have enjoyed photographing in many natural lighting situations and in particular at the AGO. Thanks to working in a great space with great talent like Alayna & Starkers Corsetry (www.starkers.com/), I cannot argue with the results. I hope that you like the images as much as I do.

Model and dancer Alayna Kellet at the AGO wearing Starkers Corsetry

Model and dancer Alayna Kellet at the AGO wearing Starkers Corsetry

Model and dancer Alayna Kellet at the AGO wearing Starkers Corsetry