Contemporary dancer/choreographer/teacher Chloe Hart met up with me in late fall of last year. Right before the snow started for the winter, we wandered around town and ended up at McGill Campus. We discovered the beautiful interior architecture of the Dominion Square building and also spent some carefully timed moments shooting in the street. Chloe's fluid movements were beautiful to watch and capture. We had a great time exploring the city and discovered some great places to shoot, even as passersby dodged out of the frame and around us.
It was a rainy, cold, and wet day when Stephan and I met to shoot. We explored a bit of the Place d'Armes area and then went underground to stay dry, then decided to take our chances in the rain and hike over to Old Montreal. Stephan is a contemporary, jazzfunk, ladystyle, and bachata dancer who currently takes classes at A'Motion Dance Studio and performs with TRAWBL, a dance team that specializes in Heels. He was so much fun to work with; I can't wait for another shoot with him!
Energetic, daring, and talented are just a few words to describe Adele. We had so much fun shooting in Old Montreal. We could have kept shooting all day! I knew it was going to be a great shoot when we first met and Adele told me she wanted to climb and jump off things. :)
Old Montreal day or night is just full of photo possibilities. Sure it's touristy, but the cobble stone streets and architecture make you forget that. Sheida was awesome to work with as we wandered the streets after sunset when Old Montreal began to glow. I can't wait to do some more evening shoots across Montreal.
Saint Laurent Boulevard was the perfect backdrop for urban dancer Gaby. We started by wandering through the surrounding neighborhoods and then made our way down Saint Laurent Boulevard from one colorful mural to the next. Gaby had some amazing moves and even though the temperature started dropping by the end of our shoot she kept dancing strong all the way to the end. It was a pleasure working with her.