Once a month, we give you a chance to get to know our own agents who help you with your photography, motion, CGI and production needs. This month we decided on showcasing our furry family members!
@daniela.fuze little guys 😸
@Knixie’s new addition to to the family!
@mandamacinnis‘s little 🐈 sun-bathing.
@helenmonsters Stevie caught in the moment.
@mar_instas Texas girl enjoying cottage country
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A fun collaboration with the following peeps:
John Street @thegramsofjohn
Hannah Lee @h_annahlee
Mo Bofill @mobofill
Andrew Lagrave @a_la_grave
CJ Graphics (Toronto) @scottwillock
In partnership with Carriage House Birth and the Empowered Birth Project, Toronto intimates company Knix is revealing a new project that brings light to women’s birth and postpartum journey.
Opening in Toronto on Wednesday, the Life After Birth Project is a travelling gallery highlighting women’s stories that honour their transformative birthing experiences. Featuring work from lifestyle photographer Genevieve Charbonneau, the exhibit features stories from 250 women who boldly shared their stories after giving birth, including celebrities Amy Schumer, Jemima Kirke, Jillian Harris and Ricki Lake, as well as the CEO of Knix, Joanna Griffiths.
Knix CEO, Joanna Griffiths, posing with photography from Genevieve Charbonneau
The gallery focuses on rare-sighted depictions of postpartum bodies – with mothers caring for their babies or posing alone, showing their stretch marks, scars, or loose skin. In an interview with Refinery29, Joanna a new message for moms: “You are perfect as you, you are supported, and you are seen.”
The launch of the Life After Birth project tour arrived in tandem with the release of Knix’s Leakproof Nursing Bra and maternity collection. The gallery will be open to the Toronto public at 630 Queen St West from September 18th to the 25th.
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More so than ever before, food photography has become an immensely popular trend found across social media, from amateurs to seasoned professionals alike. Common Instagram trends range from selfies with giant ice cream cones to carefully positioned flatlays of restaurant dishes. Food has always been something that brings people together, and now with the Internet, you can at least share an image of it.
However, while individuals can get away with iPhone photos, to stand out as a food business you must make sure the food you are offering is photographed by a professional. While taste is the idea that attracts consumers, proper expression of that taste in a visual format (e.g. the butter on a lobster, the freshness of a tomato) is highly influential and grabs peoples’ attention within seconds. Consider how you make decisions in a restaurant – beyond basic descriptions of a dish, how often do you want what the table next to you is having, without having even tried it?
Whether on magazines or social media channels, pictures alone can help to communicate your brand’s personality. Seeing a picture of beautiful food can give the consumer ideas about the atmosphere, quality of the food, and the immense care taken into preparing particular dishes. In other cases, the picture will simply be more memorable than a description and has a greater impact on return visits for restaurants.
In the food industry, your pictures will become your main marketing and advertising tools. At FUZE Reps, we excel in food photography and digital content, and our work can be seen across multiple platforms for a variety of brands and publications.
Fuze Reps provides the top Toronto talent in photography, CGI and digital content. Contact us today to bring your campaign to life.