Josh Fee and Portmanteau Media Inc

We are NOW Portmanteau - A Toronto based production house specializing in Events and Portraiture with a strong emphasis on branding and marketing. 

Toronto’s top supplier of corporate event photography with a specialty in candids and managing the needs of high-profile clients.  

With thousands of hours of event experience we’re comfortable with everything from small private VIP/executive networking events, to private headshot sessions, to large trade shows and conferences.  We always come dressed properly, prepared for any lighting condition, with an expert understanding of when to be assertive, or when to be discrete and invisible.  Event photography is all about preparation and anticipating our clients needs before even they do. It is with that understanding that we’ve been able to establish ourselves as the most ‘Professional’, professional photographers in Toronto.  We are very proud of the recent merger to create Portmanteau Media Inc and are now equipped to offer a variety of services including video, aerial photography, and more.

    The mark of a good vendor isn't found in their ability to secure clients but in their capacity to retain clients.  Our record of satisfied return-clients speaks for itself; Google, Samsung, CBC, Plan International, McKinsey & Company, Colliers International, CBRE, and J.D.Power are just a few of the great clients we’ve established and continue to maintain relationships with. 

Josh's Story

I never actually planned on being a photographer

In fact, it's purely by chance that I've ended up here at all. In the final semester of my undergraduate degree in Political Science I found myself one credit short of graduating. After somehow managing to fail my previous semester's designated bird course, (Christianity 101 ?!?), I had no choice but to add an extra class to my course load. While wandering the Mount Allison University campus, I bumped into a friend who was waiting for her Intro-Photography class to start. She insisted that despite my lack of fine art experience, or a portfolio, that I should take a shot at applying to enrol. No term papers, and no extra text book to buy?  It was perfect!  To my surprise, the professor, (who turned out to be celebrated Canadian photographer Thaddeus Holownia), graciously granted my request to join the class. Within the first 5 minutes of class it was clear; this was going to amount to far more than just a recovered academic credit. I immediately decided that this is what I wanted to do and before the end of the semester I had applied to the Western Academy of Photography's Professional Photography Program in Victoria, B.C. After finishing my B.A. I was off, and the rest, as they say, is history.

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