I've always been experimenting with images and studied Fine Arts in University, but my passion for photography really developed alongside my passion for traveling. During 5 years, I documented my journeys around the world, taking portraits and landscapes of far away places and people. When establishing a base in Montreal, I carried out this passion and experience to offer services for people around me, in need of a fresh portrait, or an event coverage.
What I love the most about photographying people is the chance is provides me to play with someone and get to the core of what they are and want to express. There is always a moment during a photoshoot where the masks drop and something real and authentic lights up, and it is this moment I am after. I love when people look at themselves and feel that represents who they feel they are.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
I have done a lot of school pictures. I enjoy it because kids are great models, as well as challenging ones! They push you to be very quick at capturing the fleeting perfect moment, and are unapologetically expressive when you fail to capture their attention or put them in a good mood! In short, they make you a better photographer fast.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
I exposed works in cafes of Quebec city and Montreal, including the Babylone Cafe (Quebec), and created a website for my travel shots very much appreciated by my peers. And, I made a lot of corporate clients happy :)
A fun fact about this photographer
I am a real tea geek. I can talk about it for hours, and I create in my spare time some teaware with a potterywheel.