Saturday, February 27, 2010

Human Nature

Sooo, here's the video that inspired the pictures in the Aphrodite Chronicles.
Every time I would ask adults when I was a kid why there was war and violence, the answer I would get is that it was in our human nature to do so. But is it really in our nature to constantly fight each other, or is it simply tradition? And what do we get out of it?
I tried to compress our "naturally human" struggle for power in 4 minutes, with the statues of the famous Aphrodite of Milos, The Thinker and The Discus Thrower.

Music is Math by Boards of Canada.

The Aphrodite Chronicles

In preparation for my final project, I went and had a photo shoot with the female actress for my video Human Nature. She's not in her full costume and does not have make-up on in these ones.
I was inspired by the sculpture of Aphrodite(or Venus de Milo). I use what the goddess represents in Greek and Roman mythology to prove some points in my video.


These Hands

Red-light District

Scars & Bruises

Wednesday, February 24, 2010


I wanted to create a picture of my sexuality, since it seems like the whole subject is influencing my work quite a lot recently.


Detail shots:

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

The Great Escape

Ever since I can remember I've never stayed put in one home/city for more than a couple of years. Now that I can fully appreciate the full impact a city can have in someone, I notice the weight of the things I could leave behind once I move away.

The Great Escape


Montreal, Je t'aime <3.