The Visual Story of CEO and Community Builder : Kerri King

The Visual Story of CEO and Community Builder : Kerri King

Each time we start working with a headshot client it is important to determine the goals they have for their session. Is the job they are doing very corporate – for example, a lawyer or a banker? Is it subject to a series of guidelines in terms of what they can wear in a head shot. If you think I am kidding let me send the 4 page document I have seen from some banks to prove my point.

When Kerri King, CEO of the Station Gallery approached us to create new headshots we discussed her needs. She wanted to something that was connected to the downtown in Whitby, showcased her personal style, was professional but with a strong and modern location. With that in mind we got down to work to capture the experience.

Our chosen location is the new, modern and hip coffee shop Brock St. Espresso on the main street in Whitby. Owned by David and Lorena Purchase this new hot spot has a clean, modern look, lots of historical and modern touches and most importantly espresso. The window seating with the live edge counter was perfect to pair with some of Kerri King’s favourite art books, hat and immeasurable style. 

This classic portrait showcases CEO Kerri’s timeless style, the location’s natural light and this pose come together in a strong portrait of a local leader in our community of Whitby, Ontario and in the Durham Region.

Kerri King is a community builder, working for Durham Region and now for the Station Gallery. We wanted to showcase the downtown which is part of the community Kerri and her team at the Station Gallery are working hard to develop. A community with colour, style and an appreciation for art, artists and their work. Her bright scarf, art books and hat all lend to the storytelling we are doing in her portraits.

To wrap up our session we spent a little time creating – after all with the CEO of the Station Gallery in front of our lens it seemed the right thing to do. Kerri was up for anything and we ended up with some great final images for her 2019 portraits.

Kirsten McGoey | Visual Storyteller | Trinity Design Photography

Meet Jenna: Yoga Jungle

Meet Jenna: Yoga Jungle

We are back to it in 2019 creating a series of blog posts highlight the past few years of creating strong, impactful images for clientele through my Corporate business and the editorial work I create for East of the City magazine. In this series I will introduce you to some amazing human beings who run their own business(es) and shape the business landscape in the Durham Region.


Facing the northern sky in Bowmanville in the old factory the Yoga Jungle is a heavenly place to practice aerial yoga. Swaths of turquoise fabric known as silks are lined up in rows for this art form. Light streams in through factory windows creating a truly special space for exercise and meditation.

Aerial yoga is great for men and women. “Aerial yoga is known for its ability to reverse the effects that gravity has on the body, boost your mood and promotes a sense of well-being through child like play.” (fn: yogajungle.ca website). Using this form of yoga one can work to reconnect their mind, body and soul.

Owner Jenna Richards was inspired after taking her first class, finding it alleviated familiar aches and pains. She now dedicates herself to the practice and helping others find their own sense of balance.

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If you are looking to create powerful images that make your business STAND OUT in a crowd contact us to tell your story. We create colourful, focused and professionally executed photographic images that stand the test of time.

For more information connect with us via our website form.


Kirsten McGoey, AOCAD, Visual Storyteller | Trinity Design Photography

Meet Rebecca Munn: RebeccaMunn.com

Meet Rebecca Munn: RebeccaMunn.com

We are back to it in 2019 creating a series of blog posts highlight the past few years of creating strong, impactful images for clientele through my Corporate business and the editorial work I create for East of the City magazine. In this series I will introduce you to some amazing human beings who run their own business(es) and shape the business landscape in the Durham Region.


Synonymous with sewing the name Rebecca Munn always reminds me of top notch sewing classes in the Durham Region. This Whitby resident has been making a name for herself in the industry from her teens and boasts a life time of experience behind a machine.

Being in a class with Rebecca is like mixing laughter and fabric into a delightful atmosphere. Her class offerings range from absolute beginner to seasoned pros – kids classes, stitch and bitch and quilting are all offered in her studio. Her facebook group “Just Sew It” provides online support and community in the art of sewing. You simply have to try a class with her if sewing is on your list of things you want to learn or want to reconnect with to improve your skills.

New on the horizon is the launch of Rebecca’s Whitby studio – the new studio is located in the plaza @ 2020 Wentworth street in Whitby. Unit 27. The grand opening is March 30th so there is not that much time to wait. Sign up for a class today : https://www.rebeccamunn.com/

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If you are looking to create powerful images that make your business STAND OUT in a crowd contact us to tell your story. We create colourful, focused and professionally executed photographic images that stand the test of time.

For more information connect with us via our website form.


Kirsten McGoey, AOCAD, Visual Storyteller | Trinity Design Photography

Meet Mathilda Irawan: Mathilda’s

Meet Mathilda Irawan: Mathilda’s

We are back to it in 2019 creating a series of blog posts highlight the past few years of creating strong, impactful images for clientele through my Corporate business and the editorial work I create for East of the City magazine. In this series I will introduce you to some amazing human beings who run their own business(es) and shape the business landscape in the Durham Region.


In the heart of downtown Oshawa is a little gem called Mathilda’s. Run by Mathilda (and Jhon, who prefers to be behind the scenes) it is a haven for heavenly tastes under the tag line of “Plants based eating at it’s best.”

What differentiates the menu at Mathilda’s is the Indonesian base at the heart of the food. Born in Indonesia, Mathilda lived in Western Australia as a teenager and then Toronto Mathilda has has a life long love of tasty and spicy food. Her dishes reflect a changing attitude to plant based food boasting dishes such as familiar fare that includes the “Chic’n Caesar Wrap” and “Mac & Cheeze”, to more Indonesian flavoured options such as “Unbeef Semur Thursday” and “Mie Goreng”. A girl after my own heart she also provides tasty treats such as S’mores Choc Chip Cookies, Banana Choc Chip Muffins and Oreo Truffles – chilled (2).

Mathilda lost 50 lbs not trying to lose weight but live a healthy and connected lifestyle. She pairs her plant based take out and catering menu with wellness coaching by cofounding Alam Yoga and Wellness.

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If you are looking to create powerful images that make your business STAND OUT in a crowd contact us to tell your story. We create colourful, focused and professionally executed photographic images that stand the test of time.

For more information connect with us via our website form.


Kirsten McGoey, AOCAD, Visual Storyteller | Trinity Design Photography