One thing I’ve learned as a corporate event photographer in Toronto is that the world around us is always advancing rapidly. Working with a wide range of clients at the heart of this global mega-city, I see firsthand both the benefits and challenges introduced by our complex and fast-paced world today when I photograph various conferences and professional development events.
It always makes me happy though, when I have the unique opportunity to work with organizations/companies dedicated to affecting positive change through their initiatives. Simply being present for presentations made by some of the world’s brightest minds is a particularly thrilling experience for me, as a largely self-taught individual passionate about education and health.
At the “Feeding the City” symposium, international experts from all over the globe gathered at the Fairmont Royal York to share their thoughts on business and trade relations within their industry in our urbanizing world, culminating in a fascinating panel discussion on disruption in the food industry.
As my career continues to progress and I’m able to more or less select my clients over time, I hope to devote more and more of my time and skills towards working with organizations that promoting awareness or professional development in the fields of education and health.
About the Fairmont Royal York
Opened in 1929, the Fairmont Royal York is an upscale hotel in Downtown Toronto that retains original features such as hand-painted ceilings and travertine pillars. It is a 13-minute walk from the CN Tower and 1.3 km from the Harbourfront Centre.
The award-winning Fairmont Royal York is the hotel of choice to hold business meetings, multimedia conferences, product launches, company incentives, or conventions in Toronto. With an extensive range of meeting and function rooms, from elegant boardrooms and reception rooms to magnificent ballrooms and meeting rooms, the Fairmont Royal York is as flexible and accommodating as it is prestigious.