He was 5 when his father was murdered and 13 when he joined the guerrilla. Now 28, Ferley Vargas has traded his gun for a camera and is showing a way forward for Colombia.
This publication was part of an eight-month investigative multimedia project about remittances, including money transfers to Syria, Turkey, Mexico, and Haiti. These images are 360° videos "unwrapped" on a flat surface, like the round Earth on a map. Whether in times of war or peace, thousands of immigrants are doing the same: they send cash … Continue reading Unwrapping Diasporas
Michel Pageau gave me this interview a few weeks before he passed away. It was the last time that the "man who speaks with wolves" talked to a journalist. He founded a sanctuary for wild animals, rescuing them, putting them back to nature and most importantly, living among them. A striking visit to his territory. The … Continue reading Encounter with a legend
I met the well-known Quebec architect Pierre Thibault in his Montreal's home for this piece, on assignment for Beside Magazine. While listening to him, I soon realized how much he was inspired by the landscapes of Quebec, deep in the woods or on the Saint Lawrence River. It became the focus of the article, insisting … Continue reading Creating beauty through architecture