About Our Studio
Pink Panther Studios is located in one of Toronto's most popular photography areas. It is easily accessible by car or public transportation.
Now solely run by co-founder Toni Wallachy, you can expect nothing less than pure, visual XTC through the lens. You'll definitely find the workshops to be sensual, sassy and peppered to the nines with colour and spunk.
Currently all workshops are listed on our Meet-up web site, Creative-Imaging-Photography. You can easily review all our up coming workshops, the models and our inspiration at your leisure. You do need to join our free meet-up in order to RSVP for any of our sessions.
About The Founder
Toni is a Toronto based photographer, who has won many international awards for her creative fine art pieces. Most recent notable award was a Canadian Association of Photographic Arts (CAPA) Gold Medal, Best Contemporary, 117th Toronto International Salon. A prestigious salon now entering into its 118 year of friendly global competition that hosts over 3,700 images from over 57 countries.
This is definitely a passionate that drives action for her, volunteering over 225 hours a year as an executive board member on various community art based programs. It’s a perfect forum for her to mentor creative minded individuals on how to see beyond what is noticeable and make their images come to life. Her unique vision is the alchemy between what is earthbound and what is not, what is transient and what is solid, and between those two is the rich matrix of shadows that moves past the obvious and pulls out the uniqueness of the subject at hand.
Continuing to bring a visual voice to matters of trepidation, Toni is a founding member of “Building Storeys” a collaborative effort between Heritage Toronto and a collective of Toronto architectural photographers. Founded in 2008, the project seeks to document Toronto's architectural history that often goes unseen. The resulting exhibition is a visual documentation and anecdotal exhibit of the city's cherished - and in some cases, somewhat unknown - heritage buildings and sites. The exhibit highlights both past and present, and ponders their place in Toronto's future.
And if you’re thinking this is not quite enough? Toni’s most recent project, as founder / owner of Pink Panther Studios in Toronto, has her now running highly stylized, inspiring, workshops twice a week. Here students can come and relax in a very intimate setting to learn how to control light and craft magic. Participants are encourage to think outside of the light box to create stories and themes that can translate into a single image or a body of work. If you’re looking to join a workshop, check out our Meet-up web site for up-coming sessions.
Currently, Toni’s work can be viewed in local galleries and private collections.