Rodney has been working as a professional freelance photographer for over thirty years and if there is one word that was descriptive of his work – it would be people!
Typically the work is eclectic and has included descending into a gold mine, hanging out of helicopters, airplanes and cranes, product photography, construction progress as well as building interior and exteriors, executive portraiture, annual reports, editorial and industrial photography – but it is people that are the focus.
Bell Canada, Sanofi Pasteur, Telus, Ericsson, CBC, the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and numerous other large corporations, advertising and photo agencies, web designers, associations and national magazines utilize his services on a regular basis.
Homebuilders, product designers, accountants, lawyers, politicians as well as business and association leaders are all regular clients.
Rod has travelled with national sales teams to Hawaii, Mexico, Arizona, Nassau, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Vancouver, Banff and other diverse destinations. He has also exhibited two photographic essays entitled the ‘Children of the Dominican Republic’ and ‘My Muskoka’.
Rodney is an avid fly fisher and resides primarily in the City of Toronto where he operates a small studio and is assisted by his wife and business partner Jo-Anne.