Region in action

Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean is a vibrant region. Sports fans, no matter their type, are delighted by mountains, plains and lakes. Their performances have inspired photographers from Club Photo J.A.K. who combined their best […]


Alice Boutten

Through the act of photography, I try to account for my life and my vision of this world. My choice of themes such as women, sex, homosexuality and the night […]

Pleasure places

Elodie Chrisment

At the crossroads of Paris wooded areas, these South- American born prostitute women, often transvestites, represent one of the most despicable faces of modern slavery. These people were soon confronted […]

Run & Drive

Hubert Hayaud

This current long-term project spreads across the US, Mexico and Central America. These pictures tell the story of the lives of Central American drivers who earn a living travelling North […]


Sophie Gagnon-Bergeron, Annie Maisonneuve

Sophie Gagnon-Bergeron is co-founder of the Canopée Médias agency and has been practicing photography for over fifteen years. Annie Maisonneuve is interested in the popular history of Quebec, in union […]

Arianne Clément

Arianne Clément

While working as a journalist in Nunavut, Arianne Clément began to photography. This experience pushed her to do an MA in photojournalism at the University of the Arts of London, […]

Geneviève Thibault

Geneviève Thibault

Geneviève Thibault’s interest for the human psyche and culture initially compelled her to study and work in tourism. During her trips she discovered photography, which gradually became a pretext for […]


Yoanis Menge

HAKAPIK [akapik] n. m. – From Norwegian, meaning “Instrument used by seal hunters”. From 2012 to 2015, I reported on seal hunt at Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Newfoundland and Nunavut, a controversial issue […]

Hutterites of Manitoba

Tim Smith

The Hutterites, an Anabaptism denomination whose roots trace back to 16th century Europe, have survived until today by maintaining an insular doctrine. They reside on colonies spread out across Western […]

The Other Colombia

Nadège Mazars

The 26th of September 2016, the FARC guerrilla and the Colombian government will sign the peace agreement that will end a 52 years old war, the oldest internal conflict of […]

Our league, our country

Johany Jutras

The passion of the photographer Johany Jutras led her to embark on a project that seemed a little crazy initially: travel across Canada by car to visit the nine cities […]


Sébastien Van Malleghem

Mexico City, 22 million inhabitants: 450 deaths per day. Crimes, accidents, cancer, respiratory diseases induced by pollution, causes deemed “natural”. In the impoverished neighborhoods of Colonia Doctores, a few blocks […]