Shlomi Amiga

Photographing weddings gives me an insight to other people’s lives and that is what makes it so fascinating to me. It’s not so much about following trends and being cool – it never has been. Years down the road, photographs lose most of their "cool" factor and what's left is the feeling you get from looking at them, and that has a lot to do with the historical value and the context they share.

A great photograph is one that makes you laugh, cry, or anything in between.

Photo by Oscar Tosso

Sarah Bodri

Associate Photographer

Hi! I'm Sarah. I'm a self-taught artist / photographer living in downtown Toronto and usually dreaming of the Mojave desert. Balance is my thing. Biking around with friends is just as important to me as spending time alone in my studio with my plants and some photo books. I'm inspired by my creative pals and love puns (I'm not a dad but I make great dad jokes).

Being a photographer is such an honour since I think portraits are some of the most powerful and important documents out there, and I'm pleased as punch to be Shlomi's new associate.

Jocelyn Reynolds

Photographer / Album Designer

I'm a mellow, goofy, and creative documentary photographer with an unquenchable desire to travel. I'm drawn to small moments that often go unnoticed, and delight in capturing those moments in an organic, unobtrusive, and sentimental way. To me, a strong photo extends that small moment. I'm a total sucker for nostalgia, and I'm always, always down for a dance party.

Alexander Korin


My name is Alexander Korin. I am a Toronto based photographer with almost 20 years of experience and a proud father of two girls.

I began my professional career in the world of film and television. Over time I realized that I really enjoyed photographing people, and through photography tell their personal story. Photography is a passionate process of search and discovery.