What makes the inhabitants stay in this environment?
What makes them leave?
How can we reduce the hard feelings between the south and North societies?
How can one enter into the True North Nature?
Capturing and evoking the landscape infinity of our true north.
I record reality and interpret it to show my emotions related to those inaccessible landscapes.
Feel and hear the earth and snow through his footsteps.
Stars establish magnitude of our inner bubble.
See the wind harass our being in True North.
Its an immersive experience.
Optimism, concern, serenity, trust, surprise, love for this specific face of Mother Nature.
I am comfortable in a non-predictive environment that is dominated by the true north nature.
The foreseen moods are: exhilarated, privileged, calm and well-being.
My two passions are inter-dependent. I need to be a pilot to gain frequent access to inaccessible Arctic destinations year round. I also need an artistic outlet to share the feelings evoked experiencing some of the most rarely seen landscapes from the farthest corners of the Canadian Arctic.
My work is not a kind of exposé or documentary. I came back, after 30 years, to artistic photography because of True North’s beauty.
I employ the use of vanishing points to allow us to enter nature, not only physically but also emotionally.
The sparse horizons mean possibility; deep horizons push even more the relative perception of this dividing line. The composition of the ambient light initiates my interest for a scene.
This pushes us further into a shared perspective, bringing us closer to these unique moments of pure infinity.