His work has been published around the world, throughout the 15 years he evolved as a professional photographer. He published his own book in 2017, Les Chroniques du Mile End, a large-scale project - which took more than ten years - with hundreds of photos and texts gathered in a book of more than 200 pages.
This journey also brought him to closer to his first love, cinema. His scriptwriting studies at the Université de Montréalallowed him to further explore the language of images in motion. He wrote and produced his first short film in 2011, 165 Days, which was chosen from among more than 350 entries to the Toronto-based BravoFact contest. While preparing to film, he decided to further master the role of actor to reinforce his approach as a director. With this in mind, he enrolled in a drama school directed by Jacqueline McClintock (Neighborhood Playhouse, NYC). His passion for comedy grew over the next two years as he dabbled more in acting.
Like a therapy, this intimate work with comedians allows him to discover himself. The more this introspection deepens, the more the ease for writing and self-expression develops through his art. It was at this moment that he created one of his most recent projects, Kinship, produced by François Delisle (Films 53/12), the film is currently touring festivals.
"Dans le cadre du festival Regard, qui amorce sa 23e édition aujourd’hui et se termine le 17 mars, Voir rencontre des cinéastes qui se démarquent et dont le travail est à surveiller. C’est avec Jorge Camarotti, le réalisateur du court métrage Kinship, que nous ouvrons le bal."