Urban explorer and photographer, JF expresses his love for Montréal through photos that are both powerful and poetic. He is always searching for new angles and new ways of seeing his favourite places. You'll never see the city the same way.
Professional photographer Eva Blue is a familiar face at almost every festival and happening in town. Her images capture the energy, grace and vitality of Montréal and have locals falling in love over and over again with their beautiful city.
Ali introduces us to his Montréal, the city that won his heart and that he now calls home, through images that are carefully composed and deeply personal. His subjects range from the geometry of the city's architecture to the intimacy of neighbourhood life in his favourite cafes.
Born in Chad, Fatma is a self-taught artist and photographer who is always out and about meeting Montrealers and looking to capture the rich culture of her beloved city.
Montréal is Eric’s muse, and she remains at the heart of all his work. The city is a living canvas for expressing his unique and creative perspectives.
Bertrand’s soft and soothing urban compositions feature lush green spaces and stunning architectural elements. He brings a vision of Montréal that reflects both the familiarity of a local and the wonder of the eternal visitor.
Steve G Walsh
A professional photographer by trade, Steve’s images have a signature style that is all his own. From landscapes to editorial themes, he always adds his magic touch to every image.
Whether in his home city of Montréal or exploring new horizons elsewhere, P-O always finds the perfect angle to capture urban art and the icons of each place he visits.
A Montrealer who is passionate about his city and travel, Frédéric’s patient eye always frames the perfect image.
Jeff Frenette is a photographer, videographer and blogger who loves to discover everything Montréal has to offer, from restaurants and cafés to hidden gems in the neighbourhoods he explores. His style is fresh, playful and authentic with strong compositions influenced by his studies in architecture and graphic design.