About the Book
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Mar 21, 2010
- Language English
- Tags Christie Pits, Queens Quay, Art Gallery of Ontario, Union Station Toronto, Union Station, Leuty Lifeguard Station, One King Street West, Metropolitan United Church, The Cathedral Church of St. James, Royal Bank Plaza, Osgoode Hall, Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibit, The Distillery District, University College, Hart House, U of T, University of Toronto, The Beaches, The Beach, Old City Hall, Toronto City Hall, The Cameron House, House of Lords, The Red Rocket, Red Rocket, TTC Red Rocket, TTC Subway, Toronto Transit Commission, Ontario Power Generation Building, CN Tower, Allan Gardens Conservatory, Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto Skyscrapers, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Buildings, Toronto Architecture, Toronto Ontario, Toronto Photography, Toronto Photographer, Fine Art Photography, Froz'n Motion Photography, Froz'n Motion, Cameron MacMaster, Harbourfront, AGO, TOAE, UofT, TTC, Skyscrapers, ROM, Buildings, Architecture, Canada, Ontario, Toronto, Photography
After nearly 20 years as a professional dancer and choreographer, Cameron MacMaster retired from dance and returned to Toronto to pursue his first love – photography - and to focus his creative energies on establishing himself and his company, Froz’n Motion Photography. MacMaster specializes in wedding and engagement photography, which he absolutely loves, and adores his maternity and portrait work. His clients rave about the high quality and creativity behind his work and never fail to mention how relaxed and easy to work with he is. He spends thousands of hours a year wandering the streets of downtown Toronto, Canada and has amassed a dazzling collection of the City’s colourful streets and magnificent architecture. An avid travel buff, he has traveled and photographed extensively throughout Canada, the US, Hong Kong, China, Mexico, Jamaica, Cuba, Europe, Israel, Australia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and the Island of Bali, but loves India the most.