Fumile
Fumile

Alex Surprenant was once a promising soccer player, evolving with the Montreal Impact club. He had to put his dream aside after injuring himself, wich led him to a period were he had to struggle with addiction & finding a purpose. He found a bit of that purpose and a soothing liberation in making hats, a hobby wich quickly became a full time job as he created his company named Fumile and a number of pieces for celebrities and fashion shows. He is now a well known youthful face in the few and dying breed of hat makers.

Jessica
Jessica

Fellow traveller encountered on the road while traveling around Iceland. She had a desire to explore and find herself amidst improbable lands of fire & ice, powered by a simple « why not? » pushing her, always forward.

Gab Bois
Gab Bois

Gab Bois is a Montreal artist specializing in disturbing imagery that often are a crossover between humor and obscenity. She post her creation on Instagram to engage her 158 000 followers.

Wearing a hat
Wearing a hat

A wizened man stand tall, emerging from the chilling air during a snowy protest in Montreal.

Armando Meniccaci
Armando Meniccaci

Armando Meniccaci is imposing himself as an orchestral conductor for the graduates of UQAM dance program. Somewhat distracted, but sincere and full of enthousiasm, he lead with an iron hand the students who are always pushing themselves further for their final performance. The cool-headead artistic leader specialize himself in marying dance with technology, composing worlds where the irregular motion and rythm of the dancers reminds of AI, robotics & a connected dystopia.

The punk biker
The punk biker

Drummer. Photographer. Cyclist. Protester. You’ll often see him around the pletora of protests flowing down the streets of Montreal.

Magda Fusaro
Magda Fusaro

Magda Fusaro is the new rector of UQAM university. From a techy background, she explained to us that she still feel close to her younger days, as she helped a confused passerby find the entrance of the next-door sexshop. Her idea of a nice spot around UQAM? The huge Goldorak mural in a nearby alley. It is still not clear if her youthfull interest are guenine or a classic scheme to seem closer to the students, but we can rest assured that time will tell now that she has a final say in the university orientations.

Daisy Bellefeuille
Daisy Bellefeuille

Daisy is one of numerous native women participating in a summer school program at UQAM, given by native women, for native women. In a political climate demanding inquiries on the dissapearance of the missing and murdered from their communities, students and teacher share thoughts and hopes while empowering themselves.

A mishap at the Blue Lagoon
A mishap at the Blue Lagoon

I pointed with my camera and they noded. I got closer and begin shooting while they calmly worked on massaging my travel companion. Or so I thought. Turns out i’ve been shooting a complete stranger with a towel on her face while my friend was waiting behind. I backtracked and restarted my shoot, under the silent amusements of the massaging team.

Daz Saunders
Daz Saunders

Daz is a teacher, student & translator at UQAM university. Being born deaf is the last thing that would keep him from being a classical music enthusiast, in wich he sees the orchestra conductor as some kind of music interpret. He’s a reminder that culture culture can strive by not being limited to a single sense.

The explorer
The explorer

Running trough the underbelly of montreal ravaged & abandonned buildings is fun. It can also get dark and creepy real fast, bring friends!

The Syrian expat
The Syrian expat

Myriam Keyloun left Syria to find safety from the war, arriving in Montreal a bit more than a year ago. Optimistic and fierce, she now works in an organisation that welcome and help syrian refugees. In her time off, she is still discovering the city and writing her memories, for an eventual book about the struggle she and her friends had to face before, during, and after her escape from the syrian conflict. I had the pleasure of spending my late afternoon discussing with her and learning while taking pictures for the cover of Flurt Magazine.

Jessica
Jessica

Fellow traveller encountered on the road while traveling around Iceland. She had a desire to explore and find herself amidst improbable lands of fire & ice, powered by a simple « why not? » pushing her, always forward.

Fred Dubé
Fred Dubé

Anarchist. Humorist. Smashing capitalism one joke at a time. Although he never gets tired of doing poop jokes, the incisive nature of Fred Dubé humor is always striking truth chords, leaving you in a state where you are uncertain wether you should be laughing or depressed.

The devote
The devote

A man speaking up against islamophobia at a gathering in Montreal, following the murder of six people during a mosque attack in Quebec city.

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Fumile
Jessica
Gab Bois
Wearing a hat
Armando Meniccaci
The punk biker
Magda Fusaro
Daisy Bellefeuille
A mishap at the Blue Lagoon
Daz Saunders
The explorer
The Syrian expat
Jessica
Fred Dubé
The devote
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Fumile

Alex Surprenant was once a promising soccer player, evolving with the Montreal Impact club. He had to put his dream aside after injuring himself, wich led him to a period were he had to struggle with addiction & finding a purpose. He found a bit of that purpose and a soothing liberation in making hats, a hobby wich quickly became a full time job as he created his company named Fumile and a number of pieces for celebrities and fashion shows. He is now a well known youthful face in the few and dying breed of hat makers.

Jessica

Fellow traveller encountered on the road while traveling around Iceland. She had a desire to explore and find herself amidst improbable lands of fire & ice, powered by a simple « why not? » pushing her, always forward.

Gab Bois

Gab Bois is a Montreal artist specializing in disturbing imagery that often are a crossover between humor and obscenity. She post her creation on Instagram to engage her 158 000 followers.

Wearing a hat

A wizened man stand tall, emerging from the chilling air during a snowy protest in Montreal.

Armando Meniccaci

Armando Meniccaci is imposing himself as an orchestral conductor for the graduates of UQAM dance program. Somewhat distracted, but sincere and full of enthousiasm, he lead with an iron hand the students who are always pushing themselves further for their final performance. The cool-headead artistic leader specialize himself in marying dance with technology, composing worlds where the irregular motion and rythm of the dancers reminds of AI, robotics & a connected dystopia.

The punk biker

Drummer. Photographer. Cyclist. Protester. You’ll often see him around the pletora of protests flowing down the streets of Montreal.

Magda Fusaro

Magda Fusaro is the new rector of UQAM university. From a techy background, she explained to us that she still feel close to her younger days, as she helped a confused passerby find the entrance of the next-door sexshop. Her idea of a nice spot around UQAM? The huge Goldorak mural in a nearby alley. It is still not clear if her youthfull interest are guenine or a classic scheme to seem closer to the students, but we can rest assured that time will tell now that she has a final say in the university orientations.

Daisy Bellefeuille

Daisy is one of numerous native women participating in a summer school program at UQAM, given by native women, for native women. In a political climate demanding inquiries on the dissapearance of the missing and murdered from their communities, students and teacher share thoughts and hopes while empowering themselves.

A mishap at the Blue Lagoon

I pointed with my camera and they noded. I got closer and begin shooting while they calmly worked on massaging my travel companion. Or so I thought. Turns out i’ve been shooting a complete stranger with a towel on her face while my friend was waiting behind. I backtracked and restarted my shoot, under the silent amusements of the massaging team.

Daz Saunders

Daz is a teacher, student & translator at UQAM university. Being born deaf is the last thing that would keep him from being a classical music enthusiast, in wich he sees the orchestra conductor as some kind of music interpret. He’s a reminder that culture culture can strive by not being limited to a single sense.

The explorer

Running trough the underbelly of montreal ravaged & abandonned buildings is fun. It can also get dark and creepy real fast, bring friends!

The Syrian expat

Myriam Keyloun left Syria to find safety from the war, arriving in Montreal a bit more than a year ago. Optimistic and fierce, she now works in an organisation that welcome and help syrian refugees. In her time off, she is still discovering the city and writing her memories, for an eventual book about the struggle she and her friends had to face before, during, and after her escape from the syrian conflict. I had the pleasure of spending my late afternoon discussing with her and learning while taking pictures for the cover of Flurt Magazine.

Jessica

Fellow traveller encountered on the road while traveling around Iceland. She had a desire to explore and find herself amidst improbable lands of fire & ice, powered by a simple « why not? » pushing her, always forward.

Fred Dubé

Anarchist. Humorist. Smashing capitalism one joke at a time. Although he never gets tired of doing poop jokes, the incisive nature of Fred Dubé humor is always striking truth chords, leaving you in a state where you are uncertain wether you should be laughing or depressed.

The devote

A man speaking up against islamophobia at a gathering in Montreal, following the murder of six people during a mosque attack in Quebec city.

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