My background begins in political science. After a trip to Western Canada in 1995, the idea of studying visual arts made its way and I make the leap two years later.
Following my studies in art, I presented my work in Canada, the United States and Europe, in museums, artists’ centers, public and private galleries, as well as at international fairs, including Visiting bowels of the Earth at the Exhibition Center of the University of Montreal, Quebec (2002), From Quebec to Marseille, Marseille (2002), Re-presenting representation at the Arnot Museum, New York (2003), and Trails at House of culture Frontenac, Quebec (2004).
In 2007, I decided to return to school in political science. During that period, I held the position of President of the Union of Student Employees of UQAM and threaded the needle to find myself both feet in political action. After a while, I became the political attaché of Alexandre Boulerice, MP Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie from 2011 to 2015 and returned in 2016 to the trade union world as a communications advisor.
During all these years, my interest for creation has never left me and the recent return to photography is a natural part of my work for the Quebec Federation of Labor and for causes and personal matters that I want to document and defend.
From politics to art and from art to politics, a common thread remains and persists: my social concerns.