4 animated loop idents for Vrak, a French-language Canadian TV channel for young adults.
Illustration and animation: Amélie Tourangeau
Music: Gabriel Ledoux
Illustrations for LaPresse+ and Urbania about "all-inclusive" resorts.
Illustrations for Téo Taxi, a taxi company using electric cars. The illustrations are part of a new visual branding for Téo.
Illustrated banners for Stacy G. Fisher, an excecutive coach based in New York. The illustrations needed to present the wish for diversity and equity in the financial world.
Collaboration with Les Poupées Russes, a Parisian agency.
Collaboration with Bref, small shop and gallery based in Montréal for their 4th exhibition called "Move".
Looking for is a series of 4 GIFs around the theme of searching. From endless scrolling on Instagram to spying, "browsing" has many forms!
Dear Montréal is an illustrated series of postcards I created about cultural icons in Montréal. Back from a trip, I wanted to reimagine characteristic elements of the city. From the bagels to my life as a freelancer, Montréal is always full of inspiration.
Won a Prix Lux 2017
Cover for Véganes, a magazine about vegan lifestyle. This issue had a special report about "vegan generations".
This year, I had a lot of fun working on the poster of the third edition of the Festival végane de Montréal. Veganism is definitely fun, diverse and colourful!
A Sunday afternoon in Plateau Mont-Royal.
Illustration for InShades Mag. For the short piece The Red Sea, a story about angry protestators in a small town in the USA.
Various illustrations - personal research and risography experimentation
A short film about life on this amazing new planet. Music and sound design by Sebastian Oliwa.
Sommets du cinéma d'animation, Montréal
Minikino Film Week, Bali.
Top left; an abstract animated square, part of the collaborative 9 squares project.
Top: Amélie Tourangeau, Sander van Dijk, Joseph Recoskie
Middle: Skip Hursh, Jon Newman, David Stanfield
Bottom: Al Boardman, Toby Garrow, Chris Kelly
But, who am I. Who? was initially part of a storyboard for a short, but mutated into a zine project about the exploration of a character, the self and the quest to become someone.
Who? got a nomination at the Expozine Awards, that recognize the best of Montréal independent publications.
16 pages. 50 copies in turquoise - 50 copies in gold. Printed in risography.