Beijing's Wonderland Amusement Park resembled the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse and it was by far one of the most fascinating and beautiful places that I have ever photographed.
When my new friends described it to me and proposed that we check it out together, I was all in and it was one of the best decisions that I made during my last trip to China.
Unfortunately, this past summer, the incomplete amusement park was razed, so it seems that I was one of the last people to ever photograph it.
If you are unfamiliar with the relatively well-known project, Wonderland was an abandoned ...
During my trip to China throughout the entire month of November (2012), I had the honor of hanging out with and learning about Todd Anthony Tyler -- the most well known Western fashion photographer in Asia.
Todd’s modesty, talent, work ethic and technical skills are incredible. What’s more, he currently has an impressive list of clients that he has accumulated over the last decade and most notably; he is a judge and photographer for the critically acclaimed television series, "Asia’s Next Top Model".
My interview with Todd can be read through the latest installment of Fashionotes' #FNinsider, so be sure to check ...
One of the aspects of my career that I appreciate the most is the fact that I get to work with and learn from some of the most talented artists and entrepreneurs that the world has ever seen.
With that being said, earlier this year I had the honor of photographing Cabral "Cabbie" Richards and his amazing family.
If you're not familiar with Cabbie, he currently works for TSN and is one of the funniest, most humble and successful journalists/entertainers that I've had the pleasure of working with.
He interviews iconic figures on a regular basis and his staggering body of work includes ...
Last Friday night, I had the pleasure of documenting my friend Melanie's performance at Toronto's Phoenix Concert Hall (in support of the Remix Project).
As usual, she killed it and her stage presence and vocal range are somehow better now than they were a year ago. Very few artists have been able to create a loyal fan base or technically improve as quickly as Melanie has and she definitely makes sure that her fans get far beyond their money's worth.
If you are a fan of amazing R&B and soul music and have yet to see Melanie Fiona live, you're missing out and ...
Last week, I documented Meek Mill's first performance in Toronto on behalf of HipHopCanada and The Substance Group.
Mill is arguably the most successful rapper from Philadelphia since Will Smith and even though his set was only about twenty minutes in length, he did a great job of getting his audience extremely excited.
You can check out more of my images from the concert, as well as a review (written by Natasha Paolini) via HipHopCanada.
a j a n i photography: digital image solutions
Stavros Damos is an amazing Greek artist that creates highly-stylized illustrations with a unique style.
The majority of his work features rough textures and masterful shading that are used to accentuate the facial structures of some of pop's most celebrated icons.
Ryan McGinley is an accomplished American photographer that shoots primarily with film. Some of his many accolades include a solo show at the Whitney Museum of American Art and being "Young Photographer of The Year" by the International Center of Photography in 2007.
He is also the former photo editor for VICE and his career has skyrocketed considerably over the course of the last seven years or so.
Over the last five years or so, Lupe Fiasco has not been as commercially successful as he once was.
Fortunately, there is absolutely no correlation between record sales and artistic talent. And with that said, Fiasco is still one most talented lyricists in Hip-Hop's relatively short history.
As a kid, I definitely considered "Animaniacs" to be part of the upper echelon of cartoons and I watched every single episode.
Recently, Scott Bradlee, POW!GRL, Steve Sweat and crew performed an extra funky rendition of the "Animaniacs" theme song as part of their "Saturday Morning Slow Jams" series and it was amazing.