Not only are we a high end photography service, we are also an award winning film studio with videography services and a slew of original films. We have a few different professional photography packages to offer, with zero pressure to pick one over the other.
We work to be the best headshot photography studio in Toronto, and also offer our customers the best actor demo reel editor services as well. We can take original video of you doing scene work or monologues, or edit the content you already have.
We can also shoot your audition at our Toronto self tape studio (Queen West) or we can bring our studio to you. Our self tape facility features seamless backdrops, camera, studio lights or natural light options, LAV and directional mics, and an experienced actor working as your reader and/or coach. We provide audition coaches as well if you need a little positive reinforcement, and to help brush up your acting skills.
You deserve the best of quality, and should be happy with the results you get. Whether we shoot your headshots, portraits, or demo reels, we treat you as you should treated. No counting the shots or looking at the clock. You receive prices that are kept fair and free of any surprise costs, you’re rewarded with discounts for bringing groups, referrals, and children, and your photos are finished on time. The best part is, you get to keep ALL of your proofs and headshots, which you can print with us or on your own. Most importantly, we listen to you and your agent throughout the whole process, do our best to keep you comfortable andrelaxed with our professional yet laid back atmosphere, and provide you with great headshots and demo reels that show you off and open doors.
Dan Abramovici is an alumnus of the 2016 Canadian Film Centre’s CBC Actors Conservatory. His television credits include The Detail, Odd Squad, Beauty and The Beast, Max and Shred, Murdoch Mysteries and Man Seeking Woman. He is also an award-winning filmmaker with Awkward Silence Productions, and his latest feature film, Ben’s At Home, has gone on to win numerous awards on the festival circuit and will be appearing on Netflix in the fall of 2017.
Matthew Gouveia is a Dora-nominated actor and a recent alumnus of The Canadian Film Centre’s CBC Actors Conservatory. Gouveia gave his most notable performance as Chris Smith in The Coal Mine Theatre’s 2016 Toronto Premiere production of Tracy Letts’ Killer Joe, which went on to garner him a Dora nomination for outstanding male performance. Most recently, Gouveia booked a role in the feature film Code 8, and has made appearances on various TV programs including American Gods (Starz), Killjoys (Space) and Murdoch Mysteries (CBC/UKTV). He is also a 3-time consecutive Toronto Monologue Slam champion.