Student Images – 2023 Toronto Workshop

It’s been quite awhile since I’ve had a Toronto workshop so it was so nice to be back for a full 3-day workshop. We had amazing weather and a really incredible group for the long weekend.

Today, I’m sharing some of their images and where you can find more of their work.

Susan Smith

Susan is sharing a couple of multiple exposures from the Aga Khan and Allen Lambert Galleria + a great take on City Hall.

You can see more of her work on her website here – DesignDestinations.org.

Sally Matak

Sally’s sharing 2 shots from the Aga Khan – exterior & interior. That ceiling lookup is incredible. Plus, some great patterns at Monde Condos.

See more of her work at her website – www.matakphotography.com/fine-art.


Kathryn Mohrman

Love Kathryn’s minimalist takes on each building she’s shared. The first 2 have me stumped but the 3rd is the Eaton Centre Bridge.

See more of her work on her website – www.jadeforestphotography.smugmug.com.

David Whiteman

Love David’s dramatic takes on each location – City Hall, Monde Condos, Toronto Reference Library.

See more of his work on his website – www.davidwhitemanphotography.com.

Joanna McCaffrey

Beautiful curves and angles in Joanna’s shots – Alice Aycock’s A Series of Whirlpool sculpture, Royal Ontario Museum, and the last shot is a location we didn’t shoot on the workshop but had discussed – Absolute II Condos. They’re a bit outside of the city so they weren’t part of the workshop, but definitley worth the trip.

See more of Joanna’s work on her website – www.joannamccaffrey.com.

Jay Denny

Jay has some nice moody takes on the Toronto Reference Library and the Frank Gehry staircase in the AGO. Really love the minimalistic detail and texture in the library ceiling shot!

See more of his work on his website – www.jaydenny.com.

Judy Guenther

Absolutely love the dramatic post-processing Judy’s done on her curvy subjects – Gehy’s AGO staircase, Alice Aycock’s A Series of Whirlpool sculpture, and One Bloor East. Perhaps, a series in the making!

See more of Judy’s work on her website – www.judyguentherphotography.com.

Jackie Moore

Love seeing the progression in Jackie’s from each workshop she’s done with me. Her shots from Toronto have a nice cohesive style in terms of composition and processing. Well done, Jackie!

See more of her work on Instagram – www.instagram.com/jackiemoorephoto.

I know I say this with every workshop but this group was really amazing. I’m certainly lucky with who attends my workshops. We had a lot of fun together and I hope to see each and everyone again:)

Here’s a look at some BTS shots.

Big thanks to Jay & Joanna for these shots.

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3 Responses

  1. All of these images are amazing, what creativity!! I hope to join one of your workshops in 2024, Angie! Fingers crossed! I also enjoyed seeing you on Sharon Tenenbaum’s Talk & Learn last week! I’m so inspired!

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