Girls and a bathtub
A favorite shooting location!
Also Joshua Tree, and the power of the self-timer
Repping Women of the West with the incomparable Ellie Jackson
Juggling with dead flowers and balancing with a stick!
This is heavy
Photo Kaja Kwetzinsky Stetzenkow
On set with Allison Moore !
And Louis the python. Naturally.
One of our favorite places to shoot
chi-town knows how to get down
shooting the city- tokyo
Ashes to Light, BTS
Pauline et moi on se pratique pour les Olympiques ! ... after being done shooting Genevieve+Ariel's film. that's what happens.
that was the ''it's a wrap'' photo #deserthaiku
Behind-the-scenes at an Albuquerque landmark ! Not depicted.. it stands above our heads .
music video for Le Chat Lunatique
interviewing Daryl Hannah
Le Chat Lunatique music video
shooting our first scene with Amelia Ampuero !
BTS for 'Demonic Lovely' at Wes Naman's perfectly divine photography studio
shooting the Longest Walk 3
Centre PHI, Montreal
After our presentation during Vues d'Afrique's art film night
My loop at Charles Bruneau gala
Charles Brunei Foundation, Hyatt Hotel, Mtl
old school vinyls and my friend carmel's beautiful tattoo _)))
Demonic Lovely in progress..
For Colored Girls
Rehearsal with the video set design 8h51 created for the musical 'For Colored Girls' by Rainbow Theater
Demonic Lovely music video
On set at Wes Naman's studio with Le Chat Lunatique !
The Bad Lands
Shooting in South Dakota !
brainstorming avec myriam
One of the official posters of 'Desert Haiku', featuring half of my face. Photography Cloud Face. Design Marie-Michele.
Behind the scenes with the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, shooting a piece for WildEArthStudio, John Wenger and the land of Otero Mesa. Photography Nathan Newcomer.
Utah Canyon lands
Exploring ancient canyons and recording our magical findings of pictographs (painted) and petroglyphs (etched) in the timeless stone walls of Utah. Expedition led by John Wenger and WildEarthStudio. Photography Alix Gleffe.
The Longest Walk II
The final days of the Longest Walk 2, where I was documenting our arrival into Washington D.C. after 5 months on the road raising awareness for Native rights and bringing attention to Mother Earth. Photography Marek Nowocien.
The Grand Canyon
Shooting from a helicopter the spectacular falls in the Havasupai reservation at the bottom of the Grand Canyon - without a door on the machine, no less. That's my legs dangling in the front. One of the grandest moments of my life.
Contemplating the vast expanse while shooting the 'Wounded Knee' music video for Culture Shock Camp. Photography Brian Frejo