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Daniella Silver’s The Silver Platter

May 11, 2015

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I never talked much what happened to my every day when I transitioned out from being a chemist to a food photographer.  The first days after leaving GlaxoSmithKline, I often spend at Indigo at Bay and Bloor by Yorkville. It is rather poetic that I am back here again to write this post. In Indigo, […]

Merry Christmas from Food Trippin’

December 24, 2014

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As I sit here trying to collect my thoughts on how to write this post, I reflect on the year that was. I definitely had an interesting ride this 2014. With my two jobs and maintaining this blog, it was indeed a busy year. I am thankful of all the blessings and the people I […]

Birthday blessings

October 26, 2014

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My birthday is always been a long affair once I got settled in Toronto. My life has grown to be a collage of all the people I care about and things I am passionate about. And when my birthday comes up, all of them collide, reminding me of how blessed I am with family and […]

Happy Thanksgiving

October 12, 2014

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Thanksgiving weekend has grown to be a big weekend for me.  It is that time of year that I pull out all the stops and cook a whirlwind for my family and friends here in Toronto. I have embraced this Canadian tradition and made it my own. I came from a family that gathers around […]

Canada Olympic Hockey Gold 2014

February 23, 2014

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Four years ago, I regretted not having a good camera with me when Canada won gold at the Vancouver Olympics.  Today, I set two consecutive alarms to wake me up early and I headed downtown with an ardent wish of witnessing something great once again.  This time around, I got the right equipment and I […]

The Future of Catalonia’s Casteller

December 2, 2013

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As I open my month-long show Catalonia’s Castellers, at the Oakwood Public Library today, it brings back fond memories of things that happened that I can never immortalize in images.  As I have once said before, I went home with about 120 Gig of images and it was painful to choose one over the other. […]

The Power of 2 – Toronto vs. Vancouver

October 8, 2013

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All through my school life, I went through countless charity drives as I attended a school ran by Catholic nuns. It was second nature to me then to collect and raise donations for a cause. When we celebrate traditional big occasions, we are often reminded of the people who are not as fortunate. I often […]