Dans le cadre de ma formation en Journalisme Visuel et de mon travail comme éditrice-photo au journal étudiant The Concordian , j’ai la chance de rencontrer des gens qui font des choses extraordinaires.
De par leurs gestes, leurs talents ou leur persévérance, toutes ces personnes font en quelque chose, une part pour un monde meilleur.
*Dans le domaine de la photographie, un « Environnemental portrait » c’est un portrait exécuté dans l’environnement habituel du sujet, comme dans sa maison ou au travail. Ce type de photo met en lumière la vie et l’environnement du sujet.
Emile Lalonde gets ready to open a hive at the CEGEP Saint-Laurent, in Montreal, Que. on Wednesday, Sept., 23, 2015. Lalonde is a beekeeper from the organization Miel Montreal and is in charge of the three hives at the CEGEP. (Marie-Pierre Savard / JOUR527)
Professional luthier since 15 years, Benoît Lavoie gives final touches to Guitar # 142 after spending around 250 hours creating it. Lavoie is working in his shop, in the house he builts in Petit-Saguenay, Que., on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015. (Marie-Pierre Savard /JOUR527)
Andrea Pritchard poses for the Headshot assignment, for a Lighting class at Concordia University, in Montreal, Tuesday, Sept. , 15, 2015. Besides her studies in Visual Journalism, Andrea is a freelancer in design and photography. (Marie-Pierre Savard / JOUR527)
The owner of Café Sfouf, Gaby Kassas stands in her shop during a photo session, on Monday, Nov., 23, 2015. The coffee shop is situated on Ontario Street, Centre-Sud neighbourhood in Montreal, Que. After a 15 year career in freelance photography and the birth of two children, Kassas decided to start something tangible with a strong humane contact and long-term vision. Kassas said, « I wanted to be a model for my daughter. I wanted to create a place that she can come and evolve in. » (Marie-Pierre Savard / JOUR523)
Diploma Program Director and Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism of Concordia University, David Secko, poses for a lighting class, on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2015, at the Communication and Journalism building of the University. The course, Elements of lighting for visual journalism, is part of the Visual Journalism Graduate Diploma offered for the first year by Concordia University. (Marie-Pierre Savard /JOUR527)
Katherine Purchase is the starting goaltender for the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team. Photo by Marie-Pierre Savard.
Artist tattooist Philippe Tremblay, 22 years old, in front of the shop where he works in Montréal, QC, on Thursday, Sept., 29, 2015. Tremblay works as a tattooist at Tattoo Art Connexion since nine months, but before he was an apprentice there for three months. (Marie-Pierre Savard / JOUR527)
Guatemalteque seasonal agricultural worker, Luis Eduardo Alvarado, plays with Coco, one of the dozens of dogs owned by the Ferme Les Canardises, in Saint-Féréol-Les-Neiges, Que., on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2015. Eduardo works for them since three years and goes back to Guatemala each winter. (Marie-Pierre Savard /JOUR523)
Under Jacques-Cartier Bridge, in Montreal, Le jardin Biodiversité et pollinisateurs welcomes kids for differents types of activities related to nature and gardening. Cynthia Grégoire is an horticulturist for Sentier Urbain, the organisation that manage this garden. On Wednesday, Sept., 16, 2015 she tried to release a butterfly after a butterfly flight happening. (Marie-Pierre Savard / JOUR523)