About process  
CREATIVE.

Focused on concept & execution, I am a creative art director who specializes in brand corporate and web identity with more than a decade under my belt.
About You 
AND ME.

My greatest desire will be to expand and share knowledge in an innovative and agile ecosystem where people act collectively with one question in mind: "How do we Create a better understanding of today needs to get to a better tomorrow?" Being curious and passionate about my craft has given me an outstanding possibility to design and communicate unique and genuine visual experiences.
About Brands
DIRECTION.

Understanding the requirements of your clients, collecting data on a micro and macro scale it is a foundation for an exceptional job. Ability to work with your team, to grow, conceptualize new ideas and create new ways of thinking in an original way it's why I love my creative work. 4 words mantra: Idea, concept, focus, execution.
About Visual design 
EXPERT.

The visual design gives shape to the user experience through considering the effects of illustrations, photography, typography, space, layouts, and color on the usability of products and on their aesthetic appeal. My background as the Senior graphic designer gives me the ability to lock down the style with the strong support of my visual design ideas and concepts.
About Creative work 
EXPERIENCED.

Montreal en Histoire, Avianor, Yuli Turovsky, Lumenpulse, Julie Bessette My Favorite Robot Records, Cirque du Soleil, Rib'n'Riff, Jadco Construction, Montreal en Lumière few names that have passed through my personal collaborations or as the standalone projects. The whole list of Independent / Stand alone  contracts can be found here .
About Work Routine 
TEAM PLAYER.

Research to the concept, observation and processing new information is always in direct connection with the vision of my client’s identity.

About  Methods
VERSATILE.
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Design progress and experiences that are incredibly simple and elegant.  Advertising, brochures, book designs, and stationery.
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