• MA_10

    MA mobilier actuel

    MA is a furniture store in Quebec City and there is one also in Montréal. They sell imported furniture with which I would love to embellish my space. But, above all, it’s about 2 passionate owners, Monique and Anne-Marie, with who I loved working with! So, this time, no exited child , no  determined protesters […]

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    OKAN

    One of my favorite spot in London is, without any doubt, the Brixton Village Market. For a cheap price, you can eat amazing dishes from all over the world. This is where I discovered the okonomiyaki. If you’ve already tasted it, you’ve probably been to Japan. In English, okonomi means «what you like» and yaki «grilled». […]

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    Harricana by/par Mariouche

    Last December I had an appointment at the workshop-boutique Harricana on Saint-Antoine St. It was during one of the many snowstorms in Montreal that month. For those who don’t know, Harricana is the project of the designer Mariouche Gagné. Since 1994, she gets old furs to create beautiful clothes, coats and fashion accessories. I strongly recommended to read her […]

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    Zulehya, Alan and Alya

    Before what the English call “winter” took place in London, I visited Zulehya, Alan and little Alya. My journey brought me to the East of the city, near Canary Wharf. Here, new high-rise buildings replace the typical Victorian houses. The view of the Thames is never far away and we love it! Once you see her […]

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    John Lobb Bootmaker

    “The most beautiful shop in the world”, that is how Esquire magazine described the 9 St. James’s Street in London. Going inside this shop is a litlle bit like going back in time. Nothing seems to have changed since John Lobb himself opened the place in 1849. The shop offers only made-to-measure shoes and is still run […]

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    Borough Market

    Little walk for foodies in one of Londoners and tourists’ favorite markets : The Borough Market. – Petite promenade gourmande dans l’un des marchés préférés des londoniens et des touristes : Le Borough Market.

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    The Handlebar (moustache) club (2)

    Have you seen my post about the meeting of The Handlebar (moustache) Club in September? I had such a great time that I did not want to miss the October’s meeting! — Aviez-vous vu passer mon reportage concernant ma soirée avec les membres du Handlebar (moustache) Club en septembre? J’avais passé une si belle soirée […]

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    Oxbridge

    I am very proud to show you my second collaboration with the magazine Urbania. As the topic of this issue is “The Students” we hesitated between Oxford and Cambridge. We finally realized that people talk about these two University towns as a single entity: Oxbridge. It’s in a pub at Cambridge that we met Julien, our […]

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    Hibiscus

    Thanks to the magazine Living With Style, I was able to get into the kitchen of Hibiscus, one of the top restaurants in london, with chef Claude Bosi. The article will be published in this December’s issue, but couldn’t wait to share this post with you. I had the opportunity during the lunch service to […]

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    Dominique & Peter

    When I moved to London, I never thought I would get the opportunity to photograph so many Quebeckers! It was during their visit for a week in the city that I met Dominique and Peter in an apartment near Angel tube station, my favourite part of London! Are you planning a trip to England in […]

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MA_10

MA mobilier actuel

MA is a furniture store in Quebec City and there is one also in Montréal. They sell imported furniture with which I would love to embellish my space. But, above all, it’s about 2 passionate owners, Monique and Anne-Marie, with who I loved working with! So, this time, no exited child , no  determined protesters […]

OKAN_8

OKAN

One of my favorite spot in London is, without any doubt, the Brixton Village Market. For a cheap price, you can eat amazing dishes from all over the world. This is where I discovered the okonomiyaki. If you’ve already tasted it, you’ve probably been to Japan. In English, okonomi means «what you like» and yaki «grilled». […]

Harricana_4

Harricana by/par Mariouche

Last December I had an appointment at the workshop-boutique Harricana on Saint-Antoine St. It was during one of the many snowstorms in Montreal that month. For those who don’t know, Harricana is the project of the designer Mariouche Gagné. Since 1994, she gets old furs to create beautiful clothes, coats and fashion accessories. I strongly recommended to read her […]

Zuleyha_29

Zulehya, Alan and Alya

Before what the English call “winter” took place in London, I visited Zulehya, Alan and little Alya. My journey brought me to the East of the city, near Canary Wharf. Here, new high-rise buildings replace the typical Victorian houses. The view of the Thames is never far away and we love it! Once you see her […]

JohnLobb_3

John Lobb Bootmaker

“The most beautiful shop in the world”, that is how Esquire magazine described the 9 St. James’s Street in London. Going inside this shop is a litlle bit like going back in time. Nothing seems to have changed since John Lobb himself opened the place in 1849. The shop offers only made-to-measure shoes and is still run […]

BoroughtMarket_30

Borough Market

Little walk for foodies in one of Londoners and tourists’ favorite markets : The Borough Market. – Petite promenade gourmande dans l’un des marchés préférés des londoniens et des touristes : Le Borough Market.

handlebar2_15

The Handlebar (moustache) club (2)

Have you seen my post about the meeting of The Handlebar (moustache) Club in September? I had such a great time that I did not want to miss the October’s meeting! — Aviez-vous vu passer mon reportage concernant ma soirée avec les membres du Handlebar (moustache) Club en septembre? J’avais passé une si belle soirée […]

Oxbridge_12

Oxbridge

I am very proud to show you my second collaboration with the magazine Urbania. As the topic of this issue is “The Students” we hesitated between Oxford and Cambridge. We finally realized that people talk about these two University towns as a single entity: Oxbridge. It’s in a pub at Cambridge that we met Julien, our […]

Hibiscus_24

Hibiscus

Thanks to the magazine Living With Style, I was able to get into the kitchen of Hibiscus, one of the top restaurants in london, with chef Claude Bosi. The article will be published in this December’s issue, but couldn’t wait to share this post with you. I had the opportunity during the lunch service to […]