#WomansMarchTO

Through a combination of boredom and complete surprise, I found myself trekking to the Woman's March in Toronto. What I expected to be a small gathering and a minor protest–to my surprise–was a gathering of the largest group of indvididuals I have witnessed.

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PhotojournalismPK Aidoo
DC — Dubai

During some time from work, I have been taking a little trip with my parents. A trip which started from DC, and currently on going. Here are some pictures from the journey. Taken with my Sony A7, i decided to shoot at a lower quality to have a film look + the 16:9 Cinematic crop adds to that effect. 

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A Study of Ballet, pt. 1

Performance art, particularly dance, has always fascinated me. Extraordinary human beings spreading their wings to fly on a stage filled with bright colored costumes, and the symphony of movements, meticulously being played out... What is there not to love? This is a collection of photographs taken over the last few months, documenting my good friend, Caroline Yamada, as she worked closely with her dancers in prep for a show.

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Arcadia

What I enjoy about shooting behind the scenes is, from the sidelines, it becomes more about paying attention rather than anticipation. It is a chance to tell a story from a different perspective, an unprecedented one; a glimpse at the split seconds between an individual and a character.

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