Hi! My name is Joe and I'm a Canadian photographer and graphic designer based in Kitchener, Ontario.

My photographic work frequently centres around architecture and urban areas. Often using strong lines, shadows, reflections, symmetry, and patterns, I attempt to give the viewer a different perspective on places and things that are often overlooked and not always seen. While photographing my subjects I make every effort to not over-shoot things; too many photographs can complicate things and compromise the work in progress. I am a firm believer that less is more. 

The inspiration for my work can come from many sources; a modern building; a vast open field; even a grey and textured sky ready to unleash a deluge. David Bradford, Balthazar Korab, and Ezra Stoller are all photographers that are hugely influential to me. 

As a designer I love a well-executed project. From the initial search for ideas, to the sketches, to the proofs, to the finished piece. I keep an eye on typographic details, image cropping, and balancing the important content with the also-important negative space. I like solid colours, grid patterns, and keeping designs strong, simple, and straight-forward.


Some of Joe's clients include Perimeter Development, Royal Canin, Hagon Design, Sun Life Financial, Enermodal Engineering, CBC, Aeryon Labs, Apple Cart Design, the Waterloo Region Arts Awards, The Accelerator Centre, the City of Kitchener, the City of Waterloo, and the University of Guelph.

His work has been featured in Communication Arts, Grand Magazine, Own It, The Waterloo Region Record, Vintage Road Car, CBC and the BBC.

Joe also has some of his photographic work in private collections and is a contributing photographer to Offset Images.

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