In The News

On the bus today, a reporter from the CBC called me for an inter­view. She start­ed ask­ing me why I got into pho­tog­ra­phy, where I want­ed to go with it, and the like. It was strange to be answer­ing these ques­tions because as far as I’ve gone with my pho­tog­ra­phy, no one has ever asked them before. I sup­pose most peo­ple assume it’s like anoth­er hob­by, with­out pur­pose or mean­ing.

Newspaper article

There was also a lit­tle men­tion of my name in the local fran­coph­o­ne paper. I find it fun­ny that when trans­lat­ed lit­er­al­ly, the title of the arti­cle in English is “Go, all with the Living room!”.


  1. Heh, those are the ques­tions I ask the artists that I write about ;) It’s dif­fer­ent writ­ing about stu­dents, because you know that they’re pur­su­ing art as a career. I guess since you have a day job, peo­ple just assume you do it as a side thing. Have you con­sid­ered doing it full time?

  2. That is fun­ny. While you are get­ting good, the why isn’t ques­tioned. If you’re into vitu­al nib­bles, drop by for the blog BD…and have a good gallery launch.

  3. @Sophia — I’ve cer­tain­ly con­sid­ered it full time, but I’ve always felt like I need a day job to keep bal­anced. With too much cre­ative free­dom, it almost becomes mean­ing­less. That, and the fact that there’s no steady pay­cheque. Maybe one day.

    @Pearl — Thanks, I hope to see you there.

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