Todd McLellan is a Canadian picture taker, initially from Saskatchewan (Canada). His enthusiasm for the inventive field all began from a kindergarten, when he was in finger painting class, with his dad empowering him into the industry of photography. Todd McLellan had needed to assuage an inclination to reveal these secretive odds and ends of household items which he could see yet others could t. At the point when still a youngster in Saskatoon he dismantled an old radio his dad had brought home, dissembling it into its constituent parts. His impulse simply seemed all well and good: his father was a craftsman, his mum a professional with Northern Telecom. A couple of years back McLellan, now a Toronto-based commercial photographer, got hold of an antique rotary telephone and, in the wake of abandoning it connected to his divider for a couple of months, took it to his studio with a thought of shooting it. Try he did, but in spite of his energy for its attractive configuration, its excellence stayed subtle and hard to reveal. So decided the best way to display it was tear it apart, then dropped its guts from the roof. The subsequent photos were captured in mid-air. After this transpired behind lens was the making of McLellan roots. In one of Todd's most up to date ventures, he dismantles different things, for example, a Pentax Camera and a Suffolk Lawnmower (among a lot of different things), then rearranges the pieces into a perfect presentation and after that photographs them. The high measuring point of interest and thought put into the work makes the viewing of his work extremely motivating and a delight to take a gander at.