Malina Shoots Winter Editorial for FASHION Magazine

Malina Corpadean shot ‘Forest Dreams’ for FASHION Magazine’s Winter issue editorial. An ethereal and whimsical editorial full of contrast, illusion and light play.

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Mackenzie Duncan Shoots Bluenotes’ Winter ’16 Campaign

Mackenzie recently shot the Winter ’16 campaign for Canada’s own Bluenotes.  Capturing the brands casual yet fashionable winter designs, Mackenzie got to spend the day in a winter wonderland getting ready for the holidays.

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Saty+Pratha Shoot Uniqlo Canada’s Holiday ’16 Campaign

Saty+Pratha’s minimalist imagery masterfully showcases the company’s ‘simple made better’ ethos.

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Saty+Pratha shoot ‘Uncommon Thread’ campaign for Uniqlo

Saty+Pratha shoot Uniqlo Canada’s launch campaign. Working with Leo Burnett, the campaign does a brilliant job of giving the iconic Japanese company a local feel with this diverse and inclusive casting of 20 models, all set against familiar Toronto landmarks. Toting slogans such as ‘Uncommon Is What We Share’, and ‘Together but Not the Same’, the campaign works to celebrate the city’s diversity and unique beauty.satypratha_uniqlo_canada_launch_campaign-2

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Mackenzie Duncan shoots Lochside Cycles 2016

Fall is in the air in Mackenzie Duncan’s recent shoot for Lochside Cycles.  Mackenzie has done a brilliant job of capturing Lochside Cycles’ functional yet stylish mantra, showing us that cycling is more than just a way to get around, it is a way of life.lochside-2

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Malina shoots Fashion Magazine x Hudson’s Bay Company

‘From DIY style jeans to combat boots’, Malina Corpadean does a brilliant job of capturing the colourful, street-style looks brought to the table by HBC in her latest shoot for Fashion Magazine. hbc-x-fashion

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Mackenzie Duncan’s Sharp Magazine x TUDOR style shoot ’16

Mackenzie Duncan transports us back to our Canadian roots in his recent, rustic style-shoot for Sharp Magazine x TUDOR.  Shot on location at Whistler Olympic Park, this shoot brings us ~Into the Wild~ exposing us to some of Canada’s beautiful, untouched wilderness.sharp-magazine-2

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Malina Corpadean shoots FW16 Campaign for Cahier d’Exercices

Malina Corpadean skillfully captures Cahier d’Exercices’ ‘come as you are’ attitude in her recent shoot for their FW’16 Campaign.  Model Grace Mahari looks stunning as she wanders through Montreal’s landmark architectural masterpiece, Habitant 67.cahier-dexercise-for-blog

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Caitlin Cronenberg shoots Mackage Fall/Winter’16 campaign

In her recent shoot for Mackage’s FW’16 collection, Caitlin Cronenberg masterfully captures Mackage’s seasonal theme of ‘Winter Warrior’.  The essence of a fashion-forward, urban metropolis overrun by a winter superstorm is beautifully showcased in this shoot, begging questions on modern human relations and the disconnect created by our own virtual realities.mackage-2

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Mackenzie Duncan shoots the FW’16 Campaign for Moose Knuckles, produced by Arthouse

How many winters have you lived? The question asked by the Cree in exchange for knowing how many years you’ve been alive. To know a winter in the North is to know a winter survived. Our shoot with Moose Knuckles was a beautiful journey to Moose Factory Ontario, part of the Canadian true North, to capture the essence of the ‘Moose Knuckles Tribe’. Produced by Arthouse, and exquisitely shot by Mackenzie Duncan, the images explore the energy of the land, and the wisdom of the customs and culture we were honored to be a part of. There may have also been a bit of fun on top.mooseknuckles-2

 

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