Better dance photos start here.

Your dance photos should meet and compliment your training.

If you’ve been dancing for a while, I bet you have some dance photos that you’d like to forget. A sickled foot, an unstretched leg, an out-of-focus jump shot, a positively unflattering angle. It’s possible your photos were taken by someone lacking expertise in dance technique.

YOU’VE MADE IT THIS FAR IN YOUR TRAINING. WHY HOLD BACK NOW?

There’s nothing like the cringe induced by rushed posing and technique. I’m looking at you, Picture Day. You’re never going to post those photos. Not even if your mother says you look “positively radiant in your dancing costume.”

LET’S TAKE SOME PHOTOS THAT YOU WILL ACTUALLY USE.

My style of dance photography is intentional; a marriage of good technique and artistry. I take the time to refine poses during your shoot, correcting lines and angles for the camera. If you’re doing something doofy with your hand, I’m going to do my best to fix it for you. I hope this allows you to enjoy your session. I hope this builds trust.

Creative shoots are a wonderful way to showcase your personality and the qualities that make you a great dance artist. We will work together during sessions to highlight the talent that sets you apart. You work hard, train hard, and show up every day. Your photos should reflect that dedication.

I focus on quality over quantity, and don’t edit mediocre photos to simply increase the number of photos in your set. If it doesn’t meet my standards, it certainly won’t meet yours.

Professional dance photography by a dance professional.

I’m a graduate of the Teacher Training Program at Canada’s National Ballet School and obtained certification with the Royal Academy of Dance, the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance (National Branch), and the Canadian Dance Teacher’s Association.

As a former dancer and teacher, I know and appreciate the work it takes to progress as a dancer. I always do my best to capture your dedication with my camera.

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