Buffer Festival | Red Carpet Awards Gala | Toronto Celebrity Photographer

2018 Buffer Festival Awards Gala

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Sept. 30, 2018 (Toronto, ON) - The four day 2018 Buffer Festival culminated with the Awards Gala at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts. The red carpet featured notable Youtube creators from around the world.

 

The 2018 Buffer Festival Awards Winners are:

  • ANNA AKANA for “dolor” - Excellence in Production presented by LaCie.

  • WHITNEY AVALON for “Don’t Be A…”- Excellence in Comedy presented by CBC.

  • LOUIS COLE for “Beyond Borders (Chapter 1)” - Festival Honour presented by Buffer Festival.

  • SWOOP for “Lost in Darkness” - Excellence in Cinematography presented by MAG-Z.

  • WHITNEY AVALON for “Don’t Be A…” - Excellence in Sound, Score, or Music presented by Epidemic Sound.

  • SURA MALLOUH for “Sedra”- Excellence in Inspiration presented by YouTube.

  • JON COZART for “Coming Out” - Excellence in Writing presented by Fasken.

  • ADRIAN BLISS for “Finding Yourself with Adrian Bliss” -Excellence in Performance presented by Henry’s.

  • ZACH RAMELAN for “Blinders” - Canadian Excellence Award presented by Encore+.


About Buffer Festival

Buffer Festival is an annual showcase of video premieres, bringing the most acclaimed digital creators and their audiences together. Now in its 6th year, Buffer Festival continues to support and elevate today's acclaimed digital creators, help educate up-and-coming creators, and believe that strong relationships between creators, brands, and industry can pave the way for a powerful future. The festival includes a variety of programming, including a red carpet gala and premiere screenings, with YouTube’s highest quality content on full display.

Get Ready For Summer Show | Red Carpet On Queen | Bikini Runway | Toronto Fashion Photography

April 10, 2016 (Toronto, ON)

Red Carpet on Queen Aesthetics hosted the annual Get Ready for Summer Show to showcase local talent and products and services offered by the esthetics business.  The show was held at the Peach Gallery in Toronto, Ontario.

Produced by: Cidalia Lopes (RCQ owner)

Hosted by: Elsa Jacinto

Fitness Models & Speakers: Angela Argentina, Candice Rose, Juliana Arango, Nela Oliveira

Sponsors: Azores Airlines, Borges wine, Helena Helen crochet

Performers: Valter Barberini & Marisa Oliveira

 

 

 

 

Dee Snider's Rock n' Roll Christmas Tale | Musical | Toronto Event Photography

 Lexi Soha, Dee Snider, Tiera Watts and Valerie Stanois at the red carpet premiere of  Dee Snider's Rock and Roll Christmas Tale at Winter Garden Theatre in Toronto on November 9, 2015.

 

December 9, 2015 (Toronto, ON)

Cast members and celebrity guests walked the red carpet for Dee Snider's Rock and Roll Christmas Tale at the Winter Garden Theatre in Toronto, Canada on December 9, 2015.

Snider, of Twisted Sister fame, held the show's official Toronto opening on November 17, and the holiday spectacular runs through December 21, 2015.  The Toronto production of the musical features Dee Snider and Taylor Dayne.

Guests on the red carpet included:

  • brock burford, lisa sunshine

  • meghan heffern

  • farah merani

  • rick vandyk

  • jennifer valentyne

  • sasha stoltz

  • arwen humphreys, mouna troure, ?

  • jeremy walmsley

  • chloe wilde

  • kurt & judi burkhardt

  • krista bridges, angela asher

  • rachel ancheril

  • brian & lynda vollmer

  • ed robertson, kevin klearn

  • tyler & jill stewart

  • jasmine denham

  • diego fuentes

  • Mary Francis Moore, Fin Wall

  • Frank & Emm Gryner

  • John & Evonne Yonover

  • Bazil Donovan - Blue Rodeo, Tarayn Hiddink

  • Beth Kates

  • menno versteeg, annie murphy

  • Jennifer DeLucia, Daniel Stolfi

  • mike rice, kate miller

  • Ashleigh Rains

Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Weekend | Haggar Legends Classic | Toronto Sports Photography

 

November 6 - 8 (Toronto, ON) - The Hockey Hall of Fame announced that 7 individuals were elected for Honoured Membership, five in the Player Category and two in the Builder Category.

 

 Nov. 6, 2015 (Toronto, ON) - Hockey Hall of Fame inductees (l-r) Chris Pronger, Peter Karmanos Jr., Angela Ruggiero, Bill Hays, Niklas Lidstrom, Phil Housley and Sergei Federov.

Sergei Fedorov - Three time Stanley Cup winner and first Russian to record over 1,000 career points.

Chris Pronger - Two time Olympic gold medal champion with team Canada and Stanley Cup winner with Anaheim.

Nicklas Lidstrom - four time Stanley Cup winner with Detroit Red Wings.

Phil Housley - Third in all time American born NHL career point leaders with 1,232 points.

Angela Ruggiero - Olympic gold champion with Team USA and five time World Championship gold medallist.

Bill Hay - 1961 Stanley Cup winner with Chicago and former President of Hockey Canada and the Calgary Flames.

Peter Karamanos Jr. - Former owner of an OHL franchise and Hartford Whalers, later to become Carolina Hurricanes.


November 6, 2015 (Toronto, ON) - The inductees received their ceremonial ring and interacted with the media at a press conference.

 


November 8, 2015 (Toronto, ON) - The Haggar Legends Classic match feeatured Canadian Team Gilmour versus International Team Bure.

Team Gilmour was represented by Dino Ciccarelli, Paul Coffey, Doug Gilmour, Angela James, Larry Murphy, Darryl Sittler, Chris Pronger, Guy Carbonneau, Wendel Clark, Kris Draper, Gary Leeman, Marty Turco, Pierre Turgeon, Rick Vaive, Tiger Williams.

Team Bure was represented by Pavel Bure, Sergei Fedorov, Cammi Granato, Phil Housley, Igor Larionov, Nicklas Lidstrom, Angela Ruggiero, Borje Salming, Peter Statsny, Bryan Trottier, Ilya Bryzgalov, Valeri Bure, Alexei Kasatonov, Petr Klima, Dmitri Mironov, Sergei Samsonov.

The game ended in a 5-5 draw and went to shootouts, won by Team Gilmour.



November 9, 2015 (Toronto, ON) - The Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremony was attended by hockey greats including Rob Blake, Scotty Bowman, Chris Chelios, Bobby Clarke, Ron Francis, Mike Gartner, Pat LaFontaine, Al MacInnis, Luc Robitaille, Glen Sather, Brendan Shanahan, Billy Smith, Steve Yzerman, Brian Burke, Gary Bettman, Tomas Holmstrom and many others.