My path began in political science. After a trip to Western Canada in 1995, the idea of studying visual arts made its way and I made the leap two years later.
Following my studies in art, I presented my work in numerous exhibitions in Canada, the United States and Europe, in museums, artists’ centers, public and private galleries, as well as in international fairs.
In 2007, I decided to return to school in political science. During that time and the years that followed, I held a number of communications positions.
During all these years, my desire for creation and to be a witness never left me. The return to photography imposed itself naturally. From politics to art and from art to politics, a common thread remains and persists: my social concerns.
Publications and exhibits (selection):
TIME, Der Spiegel, Financial times, L’Actualité, Le Devoir, Le Journal de Montréal, Radio-Canada Web, Radio-Canada Télé, La Vanguardia, Blick, Europapress, Our times, Le Monde ouvrier…
Contemporary art museum of Baie-St-Paul, Toronto art fair, Maison de la culture Frontenac, Arnot Museum, Hamilton inc, University of Montreal exhibition centre…