I started my photography career in 2005 during my undergraduate degree of graphic design at Laval University. While in college, I landed assignments from Reuters to cover national news stories in Quebec City (Canada). After a few years, my hard work had paid off and media organizations started to hire me for portraits, sporting events as well as feature stories all over Canada.
Working for those organizations taught me the ins and outs of photojournalism but also helped me gain a strong work ethic, a fast working pace to meet tight deadlines as well as the ability to tell stories through my images.
I strongly believe that a meaningful, storytelling and creative picture is what every clients should get when they commission a photographer for an assignment.
Over the years, I have been fortunate enough to travel the world on assignment. I have covered elections, Royal tours, leader's summits, Formula One Grand Prix, PGA Championships, Universiade, IIHF World Championships, Grey Cups as well as countless World Cups in many different sports.
Currently, I photograph editorial and corporate images with a primary focus on sports.