I’m a photographer based in Burlington, Ontario. I consider myself lucky to live here, as the Halton region has unlimited areas to shoot. I’m just a short trip away from a beautiful skyline, waterway, or countryside.

I focus my photography on Individual portraits and corporate headshots. Images are available to purchase in various sizes and mediums including paper, canvas, and digital.

Please contact me for information on shoots, and commissioned work, or to discuss ideas or needs.

I look forward to working with you.



Individual Headshots

$200+ incidentals
  • Includes up to 3 retouched, digital files
  • $25 for each additional digital file

Frequently Asked Questions

I have a mobile studio, which keep costs and (more importantly) prices down. Sessions can take place in your home, place of work, or outdoor area that allows (with permission from the proper channels) for photo shoots. I have a great list of venues that work well throughout the year and I’m sure we’ll be able to find something to your liking.

Incidentals are additional costs above and beyond the price of a session. Examples would include taxes, the purchase of necessary permits to shoot at specific locales, shipping, etc.
Please Note: outside of taxes, not all sessions necessarily require additional costs.

It goes without saying that most of us prefer to look good when having our pictures taken. Here are a few tips for a good time in front of the camera:

Plan the Wardrobe
Choose the clothing you’re going to wear a few days in advance, making sure everything is both clean and ironed. Don’t forget to choose clean footwear, as well. Keep it simple – it is best when clothing colours are narrowed down to 3 or 4 choices – this allows for differences between the subjects but avoids everyone matching too much. Try to keep to solid colours or very little pattern if possible – this keeps the focus on the subjects. Limit the amount of visible brands and logos as well.

The less “stuff” on their outfits gives them less to play with. Avoid clothing with ribbons, bows, googly-eyes, etc. Comfortable clothes make for less-cranky children…albeit for a short amount of time. Colour is great. The bolder, the better.

Ditch the tuxedo but don’t wear flip-flops, unless this is the look you’re going for. Somewhere in the middle and you’ll do well.

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