Artist, Writer, and Photographer in Joliette, Québec, Canada
I am a photographer and reporter specialized in Canadian aboriginals and Inuits realities, wilderness adventures, northern issues and landscape. My mission is to explore, document and share the human story by means documentary photography to inform, honour and reminisce. My journeys provided me with suitcases full of stories and photographs. Tales of the human condition are told through my eyes, my heart and my camera lens.
Whether in black and white or in color, my images are characterized by a search for graphic elements supporting the story to be told.
My work has been featured in such publications as the International Herald Tribune, Libération, The Globe and Mail, Harvard School of Public Health’s World Health News and the Gesca Group. I also worked on an Amnesty International world campaign. I was the guest of honour at the 8th Rencontre de la photo de Chabeuil (a photography festival), in France, and was a finalist at the 2009 and 2012 Grands Prix du journalisme independent (Independent Journalism Awards). In April 2011, I published my first book entitled “Humani Afrika” and an english version appeared in August 2013. I am now working on a long term visual documentary on the modern life of Inuits. (Go back on main webiste) and on a book of text, photos and watercolour travel sketches of my journey with my 12 years old son in Morocco.