On this page you may find some videos I shot and edited as a hobby. These are documentaries, interviews, or just small videos of nice moments. If you want to watch more videos, you should check out my YouTube channel!

Virginie – documentary series on grief

October-November 2022
Puteaux, France
5 episodes

Language: French (subtitles available)

This 5-episode documentary series deals with the grief that my friend Virginie went through. This video recounts the death of her boyfriend Clément from leukemia. In these videos, she talks about the difficulty of continuing to live when her daily life has suddenly come to a halt, and about what “mourning” is to her. She describes the inevitable loneliness felt when you lose the person you share your life with, as well as the difficulty of continuing to live. But as the episodes go on, she also tells us how she had to relearn to trust the process, redefine her vision of happiness, and open her heart again.

Personally, I wanted to share this because I think it is just as important to share the difficult moments of life as the easy and pleasant ones. But mostly, it is my way to continue to remember despite the passing years. This is for Virginie, for Clément.

Community Gardens

November 4, 2019
Montréal, Canada
3:10 min

Languages: French and English (subtitles available)

Community gardens have been growing in Montréal. Along with collective kitchens, they provide people with social interactions, education and offer a cheaper access to food. This short documentary emphasizes these gardens impact regarding social and food security.

Eco-Anxiety Explained

September 25, 2019
Montréal, Canada
3:19 min

Language: English

Eco-anxiety is anxiety linked to ecological disasters and threats such as pollution and climate change. This documentary briefly highlights this specific type of anxiety, why it is predominant in today’s society and what we can do to prevent it.

Christine Paré – federal candidate NPD Papineau

July 11, 2019
Montréal, Canada
2:26 min

Language: French (subtitles available)

Christine Paré is the NDP federal candidate for Papineau in the 2019 fall elections. Born in Burkina Faso, Christine immigrated to Canada in 2000 and settled in Parc-Extension. In this interview, she addresses her neighborhood’s challenges, feminism, and intersectionality. The lack of representation of black women in politics was an important factor in her decision to run for office.

New Beginnings – A story told by Clara

January, 4, 2020
Montréal, Canada
4:58 min

Language: English

After 7 years living in Montréal to pursue her studies, Clara has to move back to her hometown in California (USA). For some people this may seem like a dream, but for her, saying goodbye to the life she built in Montréal is a challenge.

A weekend in Toronto and Niagara Falls

February, 28, 2020
Ontario, Canada
3:41 min

A weekend away from the everyday life is always a good idea. Come along on our getaway to the big city that is Toronto and the breathtaking Niagara Falls. Check out my photo documentary The Ghost Town of Niagara Falls to go behind the scenes of our trip!