Headshots in Toronto

July 24, 2013

Art of Headshots is proud to present our services in Toronto, Ontario. We are conveniently located in downtown Toronto at 366 Adelaide Street East and am excited to returning to the city where I grew up cooperatively .

cropped-Art-of-Headshots-Facebook-Logo.jpgAl has eight years of experience in photography, video and graphic design. He has worked with magazines, such as Martha Stewart, and international brands such as the Four Seasons, Fairmont, Steigenberger Hotels, FuijiFilm Canada, KPMG Canada, Mini Cooper, Credit Agricole, Canon and Procter & Gamble.

Having created and managed a photography company specializing in product, portrait and fashion photography, as well as working as Head of Photography for MenuLava Canada for the last two years photographing over 150 clients ranging from franchises to independents vendors, Al has all the right skills to capture the perfect portrait.

Al’s dedication, talent and extensive knowledge of portrait photography will be a wonderful addition to Toronto’s corporate community.

Art of Headshots is now photographing a much greater number of executive portraits than the actor’s 8X10 we foresee the trend to continue for Toronto, Ontario. Canada’s corporate city.

 

 

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Facts not commonly known

We all know that Toronto is Canada’s largest city, with the TSX and a growing business community… But did you know the following facts?

1 – The Island became and island in 1853 due to a violent storm and landfill. Unlike today being a frequented place for concerts and families it used to the escape of the city’s cholera epidemics, later a sewage treatment plant and favorite place for brothels.

2 – Toronto’s second prison was house at King and Toronto street a place mainly for white collar criminals.

3 – Field Marshal Earl Haig named after my High School in North York called Earl Haig Secondary School should have been infamous rather than having a School named in his honour. He was the commander during the World War I battle of the Somme with one of the highest casualties in British military history – “His epic bust costly offensives at the Somme (1916) and Passchendaele (1917) have become nearly synonymous with the carnage and futility of First World War battles. He may have killed more Torontonians than anybody in recorded history.

4 – Second City Canada’s greatest entertainment show not commonly know created in Toronto. Making John Candy, Eugene Levy, Andrea Martin, Martin Short, Tony Rosato and Catherine O’Hara instant international stars.

5 – Stanley Cup came to exist in the summer of 1888 when Lord Stanley was Governor General.