Our resident artists shoot primarily our of The Production Studio and have a wide range of talent and skills to help you with your next project. These artists don't just photograph, but create lasting images. Check out their work and biographies below.


Emanuel Pires

I am a graphic and web designer in Toronto and I have been passionate about photography for quite some time. Through working on various projects the passion has become a lifestyle. I am always looking for the beauty, truth and meaning in the objects and people encountered in day to day life

Choosing a photographer is all about style. If you are in search of a unique, vibrant and artistic style to your wedding, event or personal photography, I invite you to take a look at my website.



Paul Mansfield – technologist, photographer, revolutionary, writer, bon vivant, polymath, – a man for all seasons – except winter

Having always been a free spirit, conformity has not been a cornerstone of Paul’s life. Born in 1962, in rural Ontario, Paul was shaped by the roar of muscle cars and the back beat of rock’n’roll. From Zeppelin to KISS to The Ramones to The Sex Pistols and onwards, hard rock has always been the beacon in his life.

As a pioneer in technology, Paul has always been at the forefront of the digital wave, a master of social media before it was even called social media.

After surviving being t-boned by a pickup truck in the bayous of Louisiana on his bike, Paul’s time is now split between working in the field of digital media and his play time of guitars, motorcycles and fast times.

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Figura nua

Figura Nua, a boudoir and fine art photographer, wants to empower women to feel sexy and confident through photography.


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To me, photography is all about that ‘captured moment’. I find this to be one of the most significant components of a spectacular image. I even prefer it at the expense of lighting and/or composition. That’s right, sometimes it’s just about knowing when to take the picture.


Rayven Martinez

I am a Fashion and Lifestyle Photographer specializing in Editorial and Commercial Work. My style inspiration is a compilation of my love of Fashion, the Arts and Cinema. One look at my portfolio and you’ll catch my imaginative eye for conceptual staging and thought-provoking scenes. I’m always on the go, hopping from one shoot to another, closely following the action wherever it may be. Even with a busy agenda my ability to turn projects around within a tight timeframe and stay within budget are my greatest assets. When I’m not in the studio, I enjoy capturing dramatic, funny and eye-catching candids for family and friends, resulting in mesmerizing images.



I have been a beauty professional for more than 17 years, and my education started in Brazil where I come from. I never stopped trying to improve my knowledge. I took several courses, in schools, workshops with professionals and renowned companies in different countries such as Spain, Colombia, Argentina and Canada. In Toronto I finished a makeup college where I´ve been in touch to all the makeup styles; from beauty makeup, theatre, cinema, prosthetic makeup to creature & design. I was graduated in Art & Design Makeup at the Faculty of Makeup CMU. After that, I felt I needed to know more about the arts, so in 2018 I majored in Foundation and Art Design at George Brown College, also in Toronto.



I was 8 years old when my mother first let me take a photo with her bulky Polaroid instant camera.

It wasn’t long after that my appreciation turned into a passion, and that passion led me to a career.

Flash forward to today, and I now find myself shooting everything from beauty to commercial and everything in between.

The one thing that hasn’t changed is my love for capturing things as they actually happen.
It’s why I pride myself so much on not just taking great pictures, but on creating great environments to have a really memorable shoot.

Because when clients look back at my pictures, I don’t just want them to see joy, I want them to remember it.