While I am by no means a professional photographer, I love telling the story of what surrounds me through the lens of my camera. From a creative point of view, I love making a photo happen, I love capturing mundane or memorable moments through the creative outlet that is photography. Here is a sample of what I consider my best photos.
A group of nuns I captured during a visit to the Oratory Saint-Joseph on a windy afternoon.
This was taken with my phone in what I hope is the last snow storm of the winter, I could not resist the splash of colour the moment provided.
My daughter was playing with a mad hatter figurine, I decided to have fun by over saturating her red hair
This portrait was taken during the christmas parade in Montreal, a closeup shot of a man dressed as a jack of diamonds
A portrait of my daughter while she was playing at the park, the colour treatment and composition gave it a vintage feel.
Portrait of a man reading a textbook coming home from school somewhere on the green line of the Montreal subway system.
I was walking in the streets of Verdun with camera in hand when this young girl playing on a balcony caught my attention.
This picture was taken in the Beaudry metro station tunnel featuring a long inclined moving sidewalk.
A portrait of my daughter playing outside, she had a butterfly makeup which ran and faded by the end of the day.
Exploring the Little Burgundy neighbourhood, I caught this moment of an old man all alone in what barely constitutes a park.
I forget what it is that my son was shouting for at that moment, but the end result gave a very powerful portrait of him.
Lunchtime capture of people taking a sunny break by the Lachine Canal in the Old Montreal neighbourhood.
Portrait of my daughter taken at the end of a summer day, the warm light of the sun brought interesting shades of color in her red hair.
A church in the Griffintown neighbourhood of Montreal, a man walking by adding to the composition with his presence and and colours.