We hear a lot from the guests on your podcast, but we'd love to know more about its host. Where did your journey begin and where has it taken you over the years?
I did a quick episode when I launched the podcast called ‘’episode 0’’ to present myself briefly.
I’m from Montreal, Québec, Canada. I grew up being the usual Canadian kid, playing hockey and going skiing on the weekends. Then later on, when I was 10, my parents got me into ski racing and that’s where I got super into skiing. My routine for the year would be to ski gates all day, then switch for my twin-tips and go hit the park. I started filming skiing in Quebec following my brother around in 2007.
Then, being friends with a lot of great skiers like Dom Laporte, Hugo Pelletier and Laurent-O Martin, I got more and more into filming. In 2009 I joined NSF productions, which was a production company doing big things at that time, even though they never got that much hype outside of Quebec. I did that for a while, a highlight was when we got nominated for Best AM film at IF3 in 2010, back when IF3 was a big deal. Then I wanted to do my own thing and started Brotherhood Films, with which I produced 3 movies: Groundwork (2011), Deja Vu (2012) and Our Own Way (2013). I worked with a bunch of great skiers who ended up making it big in the ski world. Then I went on to work on more commercial projects and eventually branched off completely from skiing working in other industries for a couple of years.