The Dreamboats session

This blog post is a little late. To catch you up, I've been finishing up my photography diploma and have been up to my eyes in projects so updating my website fell on the back burner. But earlier this year, photos I did with the Dreamboats were released and the guys started using them for press, so it's high-time I shared some of them with you!

We shot in a really beautiful studio in an old stone building in Thorold, Ontario. The studio itself is a work of art and was a great space to create some new photos for the band. Before the session, we had decided they needed some updated photos that showed their maturity while retaining their retro aesthetic. I think I did well by them, but we still got a little silly, because if you know these guys at all, you know they are just a bunch of jokesters under their well-fitting suits.

One of the shots was recently published in Modern Mississauga magazine, both in print and online, which was pretty exciting to discover!

If you want to check out more about the guys, you can do so HERE. Let me know what you think about the photos in the comments below! 

The Dreamboats

These are some of my favourite guys, hands down. I'm totally biased, being that I've been friends with them for years, but they are truly a great group of musicians. The Dreamboats are a band that hails from Mississauga and plays 50s/60s rock and roll. Starting out as a cover band, they do bar nights chock full of 50s/60s covers that brings everyone onto the dance floor to twist. They write and play their own retro-style original tunes as well. 

I got a chance to shoot their recent show at The Cameron House in Toronto before they jetted off to Europe for a tour. The guys were on fire this night, and I was 100% covered in sweat (both mine and other people's...) by the 2am mark when the music finally stopped. 10/10 I recommend getting to see these lads if you get the chance!