176 Milroy Dr in Peterborough and Welcoming a New Client
The best part of the job for me, are the people I have the privilege to work with. At a glance, I would say that doing what I love, what I have a passion for would be the best part - and it is in many ways - but none of it would be possible without my clients. Ansel Adams said that there are two people in every photograph: the photographer, and the viewer. I would go as far as to say that in this line of work, there is a third person, equally important to the whole process, the client. A person who commissions the work, who's notion of how a professional operates and the standards they adhere to, set the wheels in motion. This past month I had the pleasure of welcoming Troy Gaffoor of Royal LePage as a new client when we met at this charming bungalow in Peterborough, Ontario.
It was immediately apparent that Troy is very good at what he does, and his willingness to roll up his sleeves and go to work for his clients became even more obvious as we begun the shoot. Energetic and resourceful are words that come to mind, and as much as this made it a pleasure to work with him, I know that those qualities pay true dividends to his clients.
The home itself is truly charming, both because of its bright and spacious lay out and because of its unique location. It resides close to a green space on the crest of a large, sweeping hill. This offers something unique in a home located in a city: a view! One could picture sitting on the porch looking over the vistas stretching gently to the horizon. It would truly be a lovely place to call home, and it is deceptively close to all the amenities of the city, yet gives you the feeling of space and light, both inside and out.
Once again, it was a real pleasure to welcome a new client aboard, and I truly hope this is the first of many projects we will undertake together. If you would like to contact Troy, please click on his name and it will take you to his email address, the images link to the listing on his web page. I know you will be in good hands.
TwoSixPix philosophies, tips and tricks, and just a little peek into who I am behind the camera.