Holiday Cheer: Pirate Toronto

No holiday party is complete these days without a photo booth. In order to capture the festivities and jolly nature of Pirate Toronto‘s recent Christmas dinner and party, the commercial production shop’s “pirates” (all 35 of them) took turns in the photo booth at the Soho House. When they weren’t gettin’ down on the makeshift […]

No holiday party is complete these days without a photo booth. In order to capture the festivities and jolly nature of Pirate Toronto‘s recent Christmas dinner and party, the commercial production shop’s “pirates” (all 35 of them) took turns in the photo booth at the Soho House.

When they weren’t gettin’ down on the makeshift dance floor (an eight-by-10-foot carpet) or partaking in the Jenga table, the staff crowded into the booth to strike poses like this:

While there wasn’t a theme, the dress code was “attempted classy.”

If you’d like us to share your party pics, Christmas videos or other holiday projects, e-mail our team.

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