I work as an independent photographer in Montreal. My passion and pursuit is documentary work, and my goal is to continue exploring the intersections of history, geography and culture with the camera. Quick thinking, cool in a jam, and ever an eye for the next image, my clients appreciate what I bring to the table. I shoot for magazines, news, weddings, corporate, e-commerce as well as my own personal projects. While I was involved in the photographic community in Vancouver I had several gallery showings of work at the Exposure Gallery as protégé of Ian McGuffie, founder of the Vancouver Association of Photographic Arts.
I love animals, good art, good beer, and making connections with good people.
I'm a passionate visual storyteller with a thirst for knowledge. I love to experience the world and to narrate what I see, say, and feel with the lens. With the photograph I can abstract potent symbols and sublime visual poems that inform and educate people, move them, maybe even surprise them. The subtle beauty of a simple image telling a story has always fascinated me.
Besides having a subscription to the National Geographic since 1984, I have ten years worth of traveling around the globe, road tripping dusty highways across Canada and the United States, wandering cobblestone alcoves in the United Kingdom, chatting with fishermen on the coast of Nicaragua, sipping tea with party members of the CPC in China, eating hummus on ancient steps in East Jerusalem, getting arrested at gunpoint by Fatah in Bethlehem, and backpacking India.
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