I grew up in rural Aylmer, Québec where I was surrounded by fields and forests. This was a gift for my imagination. My artistic vision is often influenced by this setting, fairy tales, myths, legends and animal symbolism. Classical stories are fountains of opportunity for me to interpret in everyday humdrum events and those that transform us.
For me art is a process of discovery, expression, understanding and the healing of human emotions. I co-exist between scissors and cameras. They offer me two different possibilities.
Scissors and glue give's me complete liberty. These works come about spontaneously in different manners.
When I am not busy cutting, my camera become my eyes. With light, I tell stories that compel me and haunt me. When I am composing a photograph, I am often preoccupied by it's feeling, it's emotion. Life and it's events are not always black and white. This is why I often work in photo-montage mode, to layer my photos to best represent these complex subject.