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Andi and a Birthday Smash Cake

August 24, 2013


Since I have travelled to Singapore this early July, I missed the birthday of one of my favorite little people.  Andi, my godchild turned one last July.  To make up for being away, I agreed to doing a special photoshoot for her.  Lately, smash cakes has taken over first birthday celebrations in Canada.  Google the […]

January 23, 2013


And so it finally happens. I stopped procrastinating and have done an update with my blog. Another milestone for me, I must say. If you see my face now, I have this silly grin on my face :D

Food Monochromes on display at Magiks Home Furnishings

January 21, 2012


My “Food Monochromes” series that had first exposure at the Gladstone Hotel last November is going to have a second run.  For family and friends who has missed it last year, you have another chance to see it at Magiks Home Furnishings at Dufferin and Dundas. Once you get there, make sure you have enough […]

Finally! Exhibits at the Gladstone Hotel Art Bar by Me!

November 4, 2011


It was a long thing coming, me finally being ready to showcase my work.  Truthfully speaking if it was not that an exhibit were the penultimate result of my internship at the Gladstone Hotel, I wouldn’t have gotten myself ready.  What surprises me though, is that in that amount of time, I was able to […]

Annual Pumpkin Carving 2011

October 30, 2011


Hands down, fall is my most favorite of all the seasons.  There is so much to look forward to, my Algonquin Park Hike, the change of colors and the best of them all, my sister Ayen’s pumpkin carving party.  Every year for the last 9 years, my sister and I have invited friends and family […]

Thanksgiving 2011

October 9, 2011


It seems just a year ago that I dived into blogging.  Unsure what to do, I found my way around and got my first post up.  It was my first attempt to cook a turkey, Thanksgiving 2010.  A lot has happened since then.  Throughout the year, I have a lot of things that I am […]

High Park Sunday Morning

June 26, 2011


I found myself hiking through the trails of High Park early this morning, looking for a special spot.  I chose the park for my client, Jackie, who wanted an on-location portrait for her daughter, Caitlin.  I’ve always wished the High Park is right on my backyard.  Sprawling 400 acres in the heart of Downtown Toronto, […]