I'm a self-taught photographer happily shooting since 2000.
I love the tension between lines and shapes. I'm thus quite drawn to landscape, abstract and architecture shots.
Back in the film age, I used to shoot exclusively in black and white processing and printing my photographs. Because I tend to dislike following recipes for very predictable results, I've experimented quite a lot with Infrared film (which is often a gamble) and lith printing (a wonderful and challenging technique).
In the digital age, black and white still remains my favorite. However, I've also opened myself to color and, more recently, have had great fun with digital lith prints (finally recreating that specific look).
I've recently self-published a few books (links below). Most of the photographs appearing in these books also be found in my galleries.
I hope you'll enjoy your visit
Links to books
A week on the North Shore of the St-Lawrence
Quebec City in March
A few photographs of Manic 5 (Johnson) dam, about 150 miles north of the Northern shore of the St-Lawrence river.
These images also appear in a chapter of the following book: