Toronto Portrait & Boudoir Photographer

Inspired by comics, novels, gaming, & fantasy worlds.

My Name is Julia

I've been photographing under the name Heavenly Visuals since 2019. I started my journey while managing an iconic comic shop in Toronto, where I was introduced to cosplay culture.

As someone with a physical disability and a member of the queer community, I hope to fill a need for inclusive, compassionate photographers who explore their art with meaningful intent and imagination. Every one of my sessions is focused on building a world existing only in still frame - a fantasy based on reality.

julia greco - toronto photographer

I strive to to preserve and respect the land I work on and to create an inclusive space for clients of all races, genders, abilities, and sexualities.

Currently, I live in Toronto, Ontario with my partners, my two cats, and one snake! I enjoy riding my bike, and riding horses when I can get outside of the city. I also work for Dangerous Ladies, a collective of female-identifying artists who create resources for cosplay communities all around the world.

More than anything, I am excited to hear about you and the stories you'd like me to help you tell! If you're ready to capture your most important moments and stories, please get in touch with me!

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Julia is extremely organized and prepared, so focused and engaged with the joint process, and brings a seemingly endless supply of ideas, adjusting anything and everything on the fly as inspiration strikes. Not a second of our shoots are wasted.

I'm especially grateful for her mental encyclopedia of amazing locations around Toronto.

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I. Accessibility & INCLUSION

I am delighted and proud to be an inclusive photographer and will do everything in my power to ensure I can provide accessible services to anyone who wishes to work with me. I will photograph all races, religions, sexualities, gender-identities, abilities and disabilities, professions, family, and relationship dynamics on the condition that their views are not overtly harmful or exclusive to others.

I will not tolerate prejudice, sexism, discrimination, harassment, or disrespect towards myself, clients, assistants, or bystanders during sessions. I am a proud supporter and member of the LGBTQ community. As someone who has been both behind and in front of the camera, I know that being photographed is often a very vulnerable and intimate experience; requiring trust and communication from all parties involved. I encourage potential clients to be open and honest with me about anything they feel may need to be addressed when booking.

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I, (Heavenly Visuals/ Julia Greco) photograph primarily on Indigenous land. The City of Toronto is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Wendat, and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation.

I also photograph on Indigenous land situated along Gabekanaang-ziibi, the Anishinaabemowin name for the Humber River, which means “Leave the canoes and go back.”

This waterway provides an integral connection between Indigenous communities on the shore of Lake Ontario, Lake Simcoe, and the Georgian Bay region. The Anishinaabemowin name for this area is Adobigok, which means the Place of the Alders.

I gratefully acknowledge these Indigenous nations for their guardianship of this land. As Torontonians and Canadians, we have accountability to these Indigenous nations, and to all Indigenous peoples and communities living in Toronto.

Photographed behind this is a swan during early winter in High Park. For more information about the Indigenous history of High Park, where many of my outdoor sessions are hosted, please click here. For more information on how I am committed to making my photo sessions environmentally friendly, click here!

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