100 photos, 100 people, and 100 stories.

This is a photography project, which started in February, 2013. The idea is that I meet a random stranger, and take a portrait of them. Sometimes they say no, sometimes they say yes, but either way it's a great excuse to meet new people. What you see here are the ones that said yes, and the story of our little interaction.

The project originally started out with some strict guidelines, but as I've evolved as a photographer, so has the project. I hope that the personalities of the people I met come through in the photos, and that you are able to take something from this as I have working on this project. Maybe I'll even meet you along the way.

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23 - Grant I met Grant randomly in a little town that I was visiting for the week. His bike was parked in a parking lot, on which I lef...
21 & 22 - Albert and Andrew When it comes to my watch, I tend to procrastinate. If the battery dies, it sits on the shelf for a couple of months until I...
20 - Tony I was just walking to my car on my way home, when I noticed him working meticulously on a car door. I looked to my left, and...
18 - Fredy My wife, brother, and his girlfriend went out for a nice beach-side dinner in St. Maarten during our trip, and there was a lo...
17 - Colin As with most of these, it started with a 'no' from an interesting-looking guy walking down Yonge Street. Since we've been ta...
16 - Lester Not but five steps into the beer store I met my next stranger. Lester was having a hard time reading the small prices at the...
15 - Drew I had been asked to shoot an event at Ontario Place for the NFL, and somehow still hadn't had enough by the end. Remembering...
14 - April Walking people are becoming less and less my target (unless they have something really interesting about them visually). The...
13 - Scott The clouds in the sky were perfect as I left work, since it wasn't raining, but they made for a nice even light to shoot peop...
12 - Paul Twenty minutes before he closes - just enough time to run to the bank to get money and come back to get a haircut. "Sor...
11 - Becky It had been a while since I had gotten a yes from someone. Actually, funny enough, there had been 12 people that had said no...
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