Anything for the perfect shot: Braving a 700ft cliff in Ireland, lying on scorpion prone dirt in South Africa or caught between a bridge rail and speeding train. Empty Cup Media’s team of shooters truly invest in their subjects; invest in your story.

Commercial

Product photography, headshots, corporate functions – Our experienced team bring out the best side of every subject.

Personal

From individual and group photography to lifestyle shoots – we’d love to help capture your vision. Connect with us to share your idea.

Event Coverage

Capture the moments you worked so hard to create – Our team of professional photographers cover your events with ease, equipped with a toolkit to work in all conditions.

Straight from the Portfolio

Browse a showcase of our most recent photography projects.

Updates from the photo studio

Learn more about our photography projects and connect with the Empty Cup community.

Armed with a portable softbox and a second flash on a boom stand, we are supercharged with the right stuff to take some sweet headshots. Depending on what the client wants, we can bring our own white backdrop to shoot against, or we can use......

Every year we pack up our trusty SUV and drive 4,000+ kms to Nelson, B.C. where we teach film camp for a month to 8-16 year old students. In 2019, we spent 17 days driving out west with our 5 month old baby Draven. We......

Colin goes to the Robert McLaughlin Gallery on the first Friday of every month to attend RMG Fridays. It’s a free event that has music, short films, art talks, wine & beer and is a great place to plug into the local art community. Colin......

Every year Derek Giberson and the Professors of Funk host an Xmas concert at Simcoe United Church to raise money around the Christmas season. They attract incredible local talent to put on a 90 minute concert. The lights are all done by Jason Williams from......

The Robert McLaughlin Gallery holds an annual fundraiser called “RMG Exposed” in the fall. It’s a photography auction (live and silent) to raise funds to programming at the gallery. For the 3rd year in a row, the RMG has asked Colin to take candid photos......