DayLight - Ep. 014 : Vivardy Boursiquot

September 18, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I have to admit two things right off the bat in the interest of full transparency: 1 - I'm ashamed that it took me so long to get this interview down the pipeline. You often take into account the privilege to count some of the photographers you brush shoulders with not just as your peers but as your very real friends. So, in that sense, I reall...
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DayLight - Ep. 013 : Your photography sucks, here's why (Roundtable)

May 08, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
When a WhatsApp conversation turns into an impromptu recording, what you get is an interestingly fresh and unapologetic twist - as it shows in this recent episode. Unfiltered, unpolished but indeed, still Safe For Work, it's definitely the most creative and enthused I've felt about a recording - especially after such a long hiatus. For this conve...
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DayLight - Ep. 012 : Chef Alain Lemaire

September 07, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
I'm very excited about this one. Just to be clear right off the bat - this will NOT be a photography conversation. I've you've kept in touch as of late, you'll have noticed that I've followed through on my intent to take the podcast in a more authentic direction that was not entirely centered around my photographic interests. Still keeping in line...
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DayLight - Ep. 011 : Social Circle (Photography Roundtable)

July 16, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
On this episode, I welcome back my awesome gang of creative misfits. On the roundtable's docket this time around: Social Media and its ever reaching impact on our mindset, norms and overall practices. How are we coping with the millennial expectations of the "Want It Now/Need It Yesterday/Already Gone"?. This is not an endorsement of the obvious...
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Go pet the sheep - Mouton Village (St-Charles-sur-Richelieu, QC)

July 02, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Had the opportunity to attend a family gathering at this lovely venue, located in the municipality of Saint-Charles-sur-Richelieu, just a short drive from the Montreal metropolitan area. A family-run affair, their delightful staff which showed us nothing less than professional and heartwarming courtesy. Be sure to visit their website and Like them...
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