Toronto based photographer and jewelry designer.

Designer, Urban Gardener and Nature Photographer!

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Appree Co—bringing nature into your office!

If you are like me and you fascinated by the wonders and beauty of nature then you are simply going to love 'Appree Co'.

Appree is a company based in Korea that provides a variety of office supplies inspired by the beauty of nature. This product is just one of the ways that you can bring nature into your office.

I am so tempted to buy a set of these post-it notes and create a cherry-blossom collage of notes in my personal office space.

Check out more on Appree

Nature Photography Prints!

Bee-licious Series


Print: BNo:1                                       Print: BNo:2


 Print: BNo:3                                      Print: BNo:4

Print: BNo:5

Hidden Wonders Series


 Print: HWNo:1                                 Print: HWNo:2

Print: HWNo:3

Print: HWNo:4                                 Print: HWNo:5

Print: HWNo:6

*Buttons of some of my prints will be made available soon! Please vote to let me know which one you would like to have on a 1" button. (place in the comment below)


Silk Coated Print:

The silk coated prints have a smooth matte finnish, which brings out a soft bright watercolour feel to the prints.

Basic 8 × 10 print: $5.00 Can

Glossy Photo Print:

These are printed on a glossy photo paper, which bring out more of the dark vibrant feel and nature of each print.

Basic 8 × 10 print: $8.00 Can

*Any Additional postage and shipping costs may apply, based on your location. Please contact me with your information for rates.

Also If you have any questions for me feel free to contact me via this blog or by email:

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Welcome to the darkside!

' Dark side of the lens' is an incredibly inspiring video—a short film of a surf photographer directed by Mickey Smith. The first time I viewed it everything in the room literally went silent and I didn't realize until it was over that I had been holding my breath!

It is a story about having passion for what you do and how you see the world and its not about where the destination takes you but to enjoy every minute of it.

The cinematography is just astounding!

Darkside Of The Lens from mickey smith on Vimeo.

For more videos by Mikey Smith check out these link:

Club Of The Waves

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Photography down to string!

Hung Sungchul a South Korean artist creates these ghostly three dimensional photographs entirely made of string. Each piece is the combination of hundreds of elastic strings that have been printed on with sections of a photograph.

His work is stunning to say the least, as it entices the viewer to use their whole body to interact with each piece, and not just their eyes alone.

I  would certainty love to see these pieces in real life so I can personally interact with his work and see the full depth and dimensions.

To find out more about Hung Sungchul visit his website:

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Who doesn't want a free phone wallpaper?

As promised here is the second addition to the free phone wallpaper collection. This time it is from the 'Hidden Wonder' series of shots that will be uploaded shortly.

This is what you can call a taster of what is to come.

Click link to grab free wallpaper!

If you want another phone wallpaper option just comment below.

A picture is worth a thousand words.

Today I stumbled upon 'Erin Wallis' who is a professional photographer based in British Columbia. Her shots are simply fantastic, as you can really see the passion she has photography. I fell in love the style of her shots from the moment I set eyes on them—beautiful soft pastel tones that capture all the picture perfect moments of life! 

A picture really is worth a thousand words! Erin would be a perfect match for someone who is looking for a family/wedding photographer.Just check out the link below to see more of her work.

Erin Wallis

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Up-cycling at it's best!

I just came across an incredible tweet by 'Metamorphic Gear' that illustrates an incredible way to up cycle plastic bottles. This video really makes you think about what we take for granted and how something as simple as an item we discard everyday can brighten up someones life.Innovative, smart, artistic and functional! are the 4 words that pop into my mind when I saw this.

If you have seen any other ingenious ways to up-cycle plastic bottles feel free to share and let me know.