I am extremely excited to present you my family and share my personal work with you. We always imagine our son in various themed concepts, and on this occasion, I had the chance to orchestrate and materialize a vintage-style family photo shoot. As a portrait photographer, I always brainstorm ideas and look for inspiration. I have always been a fan of vintage photography; the architecture, fashion, and the feeling of an era that had a different perspective regarding life in general.
One day when I was strolling around Liberty Village, I had a vision that included our family in vintage-style outfits. I had recently purchased a 1920’s toy car for André, and after watching him get so excited to play with it, I imagined what it would look like if the three of us had matching outfits. The red brick Victorian industrial architecture provided the ideal background, and our ingenious methods to photograph the three of us brought an incredible amount of fun and laughter, as you will be able to see J
We planned for two different locations: urban images and park pictures for a closer encounter with the environment. I like taking outdoor pictures, because of the timeless appeal of nature and landscapes.
High Park provided the ideal environment for the later, and with the cherry trees blossoming, I was able to capture a charming photograph of the three of us. We went early in the morning, and André was very cooperative during the session. He is particularly fond of parks, and he was very delighted to be able to play with his car on the grass!
Thank you so much Gad for contributing towards this session, and sharing your enthusiasm and passion for one of the most fun sessions we ever had!
Hope that you enjoy these pictures as much as we did J