PPOC (Atlantic): "Portrait Photographer of the Year" 'Best Portrait', 'Best Wedding Photograph' and 'Best Children's Portrait' for the same year.
PPOC (National) Finalist for Wedding Portrait Photograph of the Year
Born near Niagara Falls, Ontario and trained in Los Angeles, I have been an international fashion photographer for the past seven years. During that time I have shot editorial campaigns for clients in London, Paris, New York, Vancouver and New Delhi.
In September 2015 I got married to a lovely Halifax gal, and as such, I am cutting down my international travel for fashion shoots, and have embarked on a transition to shooting weddings and portraiture.
This website will give you a great overview of my fashion work, as well as a review of my new portrait work - especially my Classic Portraiture - both the Renaissance and Hollywood styles.
I have had the opportunity to shoot in more than 40 countries around the world. I have been to Antarctica twice, shot fashion runway shows in New York City, Shot the Brier and World Hockey Championships, been less than 5 meters from a huge polar bear in Norway and shot the only fashion editorial ever done after dark in Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris (Okay, maybe that was more creepy than a highlight!)
I am Atlantic Canada's first photographer to be published in British Vogue and in 2014 I was recognized as a Master Photographer by Master Photographers International, and I received two International Photography Awards (IPA) for Fashion Photography. In 2015, I received seven IPA awards in Portraiture (4), Wedding Photography (1), and Children's Portraiture (2). I have been the official photographer of Atlantic Fashion Week
for 8 years and I was the photo editor of LINE Magazine during it's entire run.
All photos on this site are Copyright Brent McCombs/AlterEgo photography. Any Media site using photos from these pages must do so only with permission of the photographer. Photo credit must be given and the usage of any image from this site without credit shall constitute agreement to a usage fee that shall be at the discretion of the photographer, but no less than $150 per image.