From back alley art shows to black-tie galas, we’re on a constant quest to capture the eclectic mix of culture, beauty, and energy that make Toronto so incredibly vibrant.
Of anyone on our team, it is our much-loved, zany photographer Becca Lemire who hits the most events in a year. No matter what the scenario, Becca finds the creative, fun, quirky, and glamorous details that really bring a unique personality to each event. Of course, she also captures all the gorgeous smiles and striking style.
We asked Becca to pick the events from 2013 that left the biggest impressions on her. Click on the photo gallery links below to see why each of the below made her cut.
Whether checking out local community events or hitting fashion parties at private mansions, we enjoy mixing through all crowds and look forward to many more adventures in 2014!
See you on the dance floor.
It was multi-generational magic.
You know it’s a good party when Jesus shows up.
Sometimes we just like to eat pretzels with mustard while ogling individuals with killer style.
Philanthropists adorned gold grillz and we posed with men dusted in gold.
Shit got cray-cray.
We ate chicken and waffles, danced in bubbles and joined 800 movers and shakers in the Evergreen Brickworks to support Sick Kids. Spud’s graffiti wall was also wicked.
Hot style, smiling faces and breathtaking costumes. We are always down for a colourful parade.
There were male models and mermaids.
Because who doesn’t love a party that celebrates menstruation?
Naughty By Nature made a surprise appearance and we all chanted “Donna Martin Graduates” in unison. Excellent.
Sometimes you gotta fight zombies in a vagina cave. Wait, what?
Always a rager, we enjoyed dressing like Varsity champs with stellar cleavage while supporting an important cause.
We went to Dufferin and Wilson to relive our 80s childhood, eat bowls of Corn Pops and lie on mattresses covered with Care Bears. Trippy.