Formed as an Engineer, I eventually revolved towards photography in order to live my passion. I graduated ACS in Commercial Photography at Marsan College in 2015.
I am a professional photographer specialized in portrait and street photography. I also work part time in Canada’s biggest camera store as a salesman and teach photography. I used to work for the newspaper Métro de Montréal to make a series called "Les visages du métro" that you can see on my website. More recently, I co-founded a collective called Le Workshop to promote street photography in Montreal.
I find photography a means of living through the art form, sustaining my life and existence. It is also a method to discover an unknown connection between others. My visual identity could be summed up in two words: Minimalistic optimism. My objective as a photographer is to reveal beauty in the mundane.