Capture the experience with portraits of children, couples, families to extended family sessions. We would be honoured to tell the story behind your unique family unit.
Fall offer – all full family sessions $299 + HST (regular $399 + HST).
Awarded the 2016 Reader’s Choice Platinum Award for Oshawa-Whitby photography.
Capture the experience for your business – from traditional head shots, event coverage, product shots to social media business experiences.
We tell the story of your business in a modern way through studio, on site and lifestyle sessions. Stand out from the crowd of cellphones with professionally curated images aligned with your business goals.
We capture the experience in editorial magazine for local businesses in the Durham Region.
Kirsten McGoey’s (Trinity Design) work is featured in EAST of the City (Metroland) for over the last two years in every issue and on the recent Spring Cover featuring Mika Modolo from CP24.
In 2016 Kirsten McGoey developed her first photography project called #aboycantoo. The project has been featured in several international publications including The Huffington Post, The Washington Post, Upworthy and our own The Globe and Mail to name a few.
Through this series Kirsten is lending a visual voice to boys who break gender norms to pursue their true passions. The photographic series #aboycantoo features boys aged 4 to 18 in studio and lifestyle portraits. Each instalment celebrates the choices to pursue activities society has often attributed to the female gender.
To view the project as it evolves you can follow them on social media on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/aboycantoo/
Capture the experience. A common question or statement I am given is "How do you work with kids?" and "I could never do your job." Having just done a 2016 session with my extended family I know how out of control it feels to be in photos with your kids. With kids who...read more
Capture the experience. Our slogan has become for many families a call to action each year to ensure they capture the experience of their ever changing families and to celebrate the relationships they treasure. A photo captures the experience of who you were at that...read more
"Violence Against Women is the largest human rights violation around the world. Our community is no exception. Here in Durham Region we are dealing with one of the highest incidents of domestic violence in the province. The statistics speak for themselves. Sadly, in...read more
To learn more about the way we schedule, photograph and host our experience reveals visit this page on our website to learn about our four step process. PreConsultation | Capturing the Experience | Experience Reveal | Print the Experience Moving forward all seasonal...read more
Each year we are part of the Optimist Club of Brooklin's annual Easter Egg hunt we walk away with smiles, a little chocolate in our bellies and lots of experiences captured. Enjoy these memories as we "Captured the Experience" for the third year in a row. This spring...read more
We have had the Shoot and Share application for over a year now and love how easy it makes showing clients how their images will appear on the walls of their OWN homes and offices. Here are the simple steps to have a mockup done for your home: Tape an 8.5x11 sheet of...read more
I fell in love with the white box session idea three years ago when I was given the challenge by a client. We did a plain brown cardboard box and used natural light - it was a fun session - but I knew in time I could achieve more if and when the studio was built. Fast...read more
We had a great time working with the group at Pace Technical Services Inc to help them capture the experience for 23 of their 25 person team. The team all had updated lifestyle head shots (1/2 body length) and we did a large group shot of the company as well for...read more
I have aligned our brand with the YWCA Durham team this year to support women experiencing domestic violence. The rates in Oshawa and Durham are alarming for domestic violence, higher on average than other areas in the province. Sadly the need is ever present and...read more