Hi, I am Wayne. I am a commercial and event photographer based in Toronto. What does that mean? I produce images that best represent my client's brand or business. For example, I have worked with fashion designers to create product catalogs and promotional images for their brand. I helped organizations to create marketing images for internal and external usage. In addition to commercial work, I photograph corporate, news and sporting events around Toronto. Click on any of the images below to learn more about my style.
I offer photography service in the following areas. Please use the contact form to discuss your specific needs.
This year's JDRF revolution stationary bike ride bought together over a thousand people on this one day event at the Yonge-Dundas square to raise fund for type 1 diabetics research.
Photography coverage of the the smart employer talk - a conference that bought together employers from different industries to share their practice on how providing a decent work place has helped them surpass competition.
This conference bought together representatives from different parts of the society to examine a recent hot topic - a basic income guarantee for Canadians. Basic income guarantee (BIG) has been on the news frequently due to the steady rise to the cost of living across the nation.
I was commissioned to provide trade show photography service for this year's Canadian Wireless Trade Show (CWTS). It was a two day event held at the Toronto Congress Centre. It bought together 100 exhibitors and over 2000 industry professionals from different sectors and background.
A couple of weeks ago, I was commissioned to provide corporate event photography service for SYSPRO Canada. SYSPRO Canada is a ERP software vendor based in Vancouver. It hosts regional user conferences across the country. The Toronto event was held at the Toronto Congress Centre.
I provided event photography coverage for this year's friends-of-we-care charity gala. Friends of we care is a charity organization that focuses on helping kids with disabilities. The organization is supported by over 80 companies in the food service and hospitality industry.