LBL Studio is the commercial division of Little Blue Lemon Inc. LBL Studio was introduced in 2013/14 to showcase our entertainers, headshots, commercial, food, product and ecommerce photography and cinematography. LBL Studio is housed in a 8000 square foot space, complete with two cycloramas (25x50 and 25x30), pantograph systems, constant kinoflo lighting set up as well as strobes. Click play on the video below for a quick tour of the space.

Some of our photography clients include Simpli Home - ranked one of Canada's fastest growing companies, Google, Second City, Athletes Kitchen, Cook Canada, Toronto Municipal Employees Credit Union, and Woman's Day Magazine (New Zealand) featuring Craig Parker.

Cinematography has grown significantly in the last few years with the rise of online streaming and ecommerce websites. Many clients now use online films in addition to photography to showcase and promote their ecommerce business. LBL Studio has a wealth of experience creating films for companies selling on sites like amazon.com and wayfair.com.

For lifestyle photography, visit littlebluelemon.com

LBL Studio space
Danielle Lombardo
Co-founder and partner of LBL Studio, Danielle has been shooting stills for over 10 years and films for the past 4 years. Specializing in corporate e-commerce video’s, Danielle is well versed in the intricacies of shooting in a cyclorama. Danielle has a diverse educational background with an MBA from Schulich School of Business and an Hons Biology Degree from McMaster, as well as a diversified career path as a professional acrobat, Business Manager at advertising agencies such as Doug and Anderson DDB and a wealth of photography experience and knowledge. At the studio, you can find Danielle entertaining those around her while shooting and directing stunning e-commerce films.
Tony Lombardo
Co-founder and partner of LBL Studio, Tony has been shooting for over 15 years. Having picked up his first camera in Banff, Tony knows the ins and outs of anything and everything photography. From headshots, to product still, or promotional photography, Tony is able to capture the best of his subjects. Drawing from his background in entertainment, having been in the award winning Sketch Comedy troupe, The Imponderables or web series, Bill and Son’s Towing, Tony can make anyone comfortable in front of the lens.
Joe Engelhardt
LBL Studio's resident journalist-turned-photographer and cinematographer, Joe went to school for broadcast and online journalism, and wrote for CBC and Torstar before joining the company. As comfortable editing as he is behind the lens, it's not uncommon for him to be involved in the shooting process from start to finish. A true nerd at heart, when he's not working, Joe's obsessed with nerd culture, board gaming, video games, and basically anything set in space, or the future, or both. The proud owner of a board game collection that is bordering on being "out of control," it's best not to bring up Settlers of Catan around Joe unless you're ready for him to talk to you for an hour.
Lisa Wiebe
Lisa is a downtown Toronto gal with a small town sensibility. Inspired by a minimalist philosophy and the 100 mile diet, she's a fan of small space interior design, farmers markets, home cooked meals and spending time with her family. When you meet her, ask her about her cats.
Scott Murdoch
Scott’s interest in photography began at an early age in his parents’ basement dark room. Learning about film and development was the first step in a self-taught process that moved from hobby to profession. Scott’s experiences in corporate photography are driven by an interest in the people behind the company, creating images that combine the personal and the professional.