AKAISERPHOTO

(UH-KYSER-FOTO)

Behind aKaiserPhoto stands a man with a vision. Passion and creative eye, creating a brand in which still shots are brought to life, memories are captured, and elegance stands center stage.

 

aKaiserPhotoWho’s this guy?

If you are looking for a fun-loving character who brings his easy-going personality and sense of humour to every task at hand, look no further! While not everyone is comfortable in front of a camera or knows how to pose, fear not. Your mind will be at ease as he will guide you through the whole experience!

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The Studio

 

Michael’s studio is in his lakefront home, nestled on the breathtaking shores of Ramsey Lake in Sudbury, Ontario. Inspired by the calming effects of nature, Michael decided to set up his studio in his home to bring a unique charm to the photographic setting. Set amidst a backdrop of hardwood floors and elegant furniture, the studio is cozy and offers a myriad of creative possibilities.  Flanked with studio lights, props and backgrounds, there is no shortage of inspiration abounding in this studio.

Whether you are looking for a boudoir session, a romantic shoot with the love of your life, a set of laughter and smiles that can only be captured between best friends, or classy photographs to add to your personal repertoire, you can rest assured that the aKaiserPhoto studio is professional and brings a vibe of eloquence and comfort. Life is all about the little joy, and with a studio that is a perfect little joy, you can’t get much better than this.

 

 

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His History

Hailing from a Swiss background and born in Edmonton, Alberta, Michael grew up having lived a year each in France, Germany, and Switzerland before settling down in Sudbury, Ontario. Inspired by the musings of his travels and of his hometown in Northern Ontario, Michael worked in the mining industry, but discovered a passion embedded more deeply within himself than the nickel in the rock that has made the Greater City of Sudbury famous. Photography.
From the time he purchased his first camera in 2009 (the Canon t1i), there was no turning back. He began to learn photography in 2011, and in 2013 his hobby took a serious turn when he started shooting weddings. From there, his career as a photographer blossomed, and Michael saw himself growing into a well-rounded artist, bringing each photo to life with his precision and attention to detail. The rest, as they say, is history.

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