I grew up in the small town of Saguenay, Canada. I have been snowboarding since I was 5 years old and discovered photography when I was about 17 years old. What blew me away at that time, is that I had no clue you could play with settings on a camera. Always thought you just had to “press the button”. I was hooked right away and haven’t look back since. What changed everything for me was when I attempted the HCSC photo workshop in Mount Hood, OR, in summer 2015 and 2016. The people I met, the knowledge I got, all that made me realize that snowboard photography was what I wanted to do with my life. I got a degree in consumer sciences in 2018, and have been a professional photographer for three years now, doing it full time since the beginning of 2019. I’m based in Quebec City, which is one of the best places on the planet for street snowboarding. I’ve been traveling a little bit around Canada, United States and overseas, but my backyard is such a good place to shoot snowboarding. We are lucky enough to have 5 months of snow in the streets, and some of the best boarders to ride it. Always skateboarding and biking in the summer, I try to stay focused within the action sports world.