Writing Portfolio

Writing Portfolio

To write is to breathe.

The Magic of Macro Photography

Allow yourself to be carried away to a world of sparkling light, of the minute movements of a dragonfly kissing a dewdrop, a world where ladybugs and butterflies frolic through whimsical images that highlight the magical side of life. Looking at macro photography by Liv Hanna, the world slows down, and you become aware of […]

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Droneography – A Soaring Perspective

When an artist finds a medium for creative expression that fulfills their life’s dreams, their art is most certainly imbued with a special sparkle of vivacity. For photographer Charles Martinez, it was a lifelong dream to create aerial images. Through perseverance and determination, he eventually actualized his ambition and is now able to photograph stunning […]

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Patel’s Portals

Niel Patel’s digital creations are out of this world. His manipulations expertly blend disparate concepts, creating dizzying arrangements that have a remarkable way of turning your imagination on end. Surrounded by the idyllic sugarcane fields and forests of Gujarat, India, Patel edits these surreal images as a form of meditation. “I love being in nature,” […]

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The Fragile Balance

With models stripped of the superfluous, their beauty comes to light. Form and figure take the stage and French photographer, Alexandra Laffitte, explores a range of movement with poised grace. Using artistic mediums from lead graphite to ceramics, to fine art photography, Laffitte has found her voice to create the stunning actualizations of human emotion. […]

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Portraits of Perfection

The vintage Hollywood-inspired portraits by photographer Daniel Moncur-Sime evoke an instant impression of style, glamour and finesse. “I have an ever-increasing body of work inspired by techniques from the 1930’s to the 1960’s, that seems to enhance the natural femininity and beauty of women,” says Moncur-Sime, “I know that my models particularly love this Hollywood-inspired […]

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Intimate Portraits

Wang Jin, a fine art artist based in Brisbane, Australia, offers a full wheelhouse of multi-faceted talent. Using different mediums, Jin takes on each project uniquely, as a means to convey his concepts and ideas. For these elegant portraits, Jin uses classic lighting techniques, such as Rembrandt and loop lighting, with classic postures for the […]

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Changing the World One Hip-Hop Song at a Time

This is a piece I wrote for INSPADES Magazine about a musician with a genuine desire to help people and the world. Changing the World One Hip-Hop Song at a Time Music has the power to heal, inspire and uplift, as well as the potential to change one’s mood in a matter of moments. Toronto-based […]

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A Tale of Light & Water

The following interview by Jaclyn Truss of INSPADES Magazine was published in August 2017. Here, I tell my story of how I began to create art, what my creative process is like, what inspires me, and how I express my way of seeing and being through photography. Many thanks to INSPADES Magazine for this wonderful opportunity! xxx […]

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Exhibition: Light & Water Part II

Come to Light & Water Part II, a photography exhibition with images from Bolivia by Guinevere Joy in Little Current on beautiful Manitoulin Island. Manitoulin Hotel & Conference Centre 66 Meredith Street East, Little Current, ON – manitoulinhotel.com Saturday, August 12th – Saturday, September 16th, 2017 Opening & Closing Receptions at 1 – 4 pm […]

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Bandos: A Secret Society

All around the world there exists an uninhabited realm parallel to our own, filled with forgotten houses, factories, churches and hospitals. However neglected, these sites exist as uncommon museums of sorts. Abandoned buildings, also known as ‘bandos’, are some of the most interesting material for photographic capture. There is a special type of photographer who […]

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