strangers in NYC

May 23, 2015

Some very cheeky and secret street portraits of perfect strangers in New York. My favourite part of visiting NYC is always always always the people watching.

ØDIN HUS

February 26, 2015

There is a sexy new nordic inspired cafe in Toronto. Even though they were still in their soft-opening when I went, I couldn't help but to take some photos. Look at these lines and the furniture! I loved the mixture of the industrial walls with luxurious furniture and sheepskin throws. The curated magazine selection begs you to linger around.
It was a very Scandinavian day - that evening I went to dinner with Alana at Karelia Kitchen, and caught up with Fallon who introduced me to this book. I can't wait to do spring cleaning, assuming that spring will actually arrive at some point.
514 King Street East  |  Corktown, Toronto

2015 Copenhagen photo calendar

February 13, 2015

I finally finished designing my own calendar featuring photos from Copenhagen for each month. I hate my yellow walls, but they are looking much better now with a little bit of art.

Each page is 8.5" x 11" on 100lb stock matte paper. $20 each, and I will gladly ship everywhere! Click below to purchase.
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montréal

January 15, 2015

It was WAY too cold in Montreal to take very many photos. You would think that a Canadian would be able to bear the cold, but that is not really true. Here are just a few frames from walking around the city.

New Years Eve was so. much. fun. We spent it seeing a DJ spin at Société des Arts Technologiques where the dome roof made for the BEST light show I have ever seen. We got to our destination in the nick of time (literally received our order of shots just as the countdown began), it is one of my favourite stories to tell. We got home at around 5am.

I also got to see my friend Joey, who I worked and lived in a mountain town with in Italy. Otherwise, the cold (and the hangover) prevented an excessive amount of exploring that I am usually prone to. I am sensing a return to the city for Osheaga this summer. Here are just a few places I enjoyed:

Toronto staycation

January 10, 2015

I got together with my Copenhagen girls, Robyn and Miina, to do some reuniting and exploring as soon as Christmas break started. We started at Terroni for authentic pizza, and ended the night at a somewhat (completely) awkward party that we were definitely too old for. It was kind of hilarious. The next morning, Miina and I went to the Distillery District for some Christmas shopping, Balzac's, and walking around. Then we headed to the AGO to see the Michael-Angelo exhibit right after getting some Vietnamese food in Chinatown. A totally indulgent stay-cation, yet a necessary break from school.







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