17 Jun The Interview Series: Ten Questions with Official Fuji X Photographer Patrick Laroque
Source: Ian Macdonald Photography
When I started The Interview Series it was my goal to feature artists and industry leaders who inspire me. Very early in my switch to shooting exclusively with the Fuji X Series I became aware of the work of a fellow Canadian artist named Patrick Laroque, an early adopter of the X series and one of Canada’s official Fuji X Photographers. Here is how Patrick describes himself on his website:
“I am a photographer living on the outskirts of Montreal, Canada. I’m a writer and speaker, a father of three. I’ll travel anywhere for an assignment—I’ve gotten lost in Venice, lived in a seminary in Spokane, and stumbled through the streets of Tokyo under pouring rain. I also have a very strong passion for visual stories and narratives.
Now, you may think storytelling isn’t relevant to your project, or your brand or product. But there’s a good chance it is—because that’s how most of us connect to the world we live in. It’s how we form ties and relationships, how the human equation comes into play; today, with social media, more so than ever before.
So this is what I’d love to do for you: illustrate your stories, make your projects shine.
I’m a member of KAGE, an international photography collective and I’m available for editorial, commercial or personal commissions. Recent clients include CFIA, Lexus Canada, Fujifilm, the Mark Edwards Group, Philip Hazan Architecture & Design, Sacré Tympan, Photo Life magazine and Reliable Corporation.”
I appreciate Patrick’s work not just because of the quality…
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