Thursday, January 20, 2011


When I shoot I wish I could freeze the people's thoughts as well... Freeze my thoughts....

Everyone of us is a different world. We have many thoughts and ideas that can make us happy or sad.  Some of us can't create anything when there is something stuck in our heads. It can be anything.  If you were anything like me, you would be worring around way too much.

Yesterday, I had so many ideas at the beginning of the day, I wrote the title of something I wanted to write about.  On my way to the office, I was developping the idea and I couldn't wait to be at my desk to put in words what I wanted.  Something happened in between my thoughts and the moment I had the chance to put on paper that made that disappear.

I am not having complete thoughts since, my brain has stopped. I have images but I don't have words...

This is an idea that has crossed my mind once again...
I called today to the National Art gallery of Canada to shoot there, it is more complicated than I thought.  I had to go through 3 different individuals to finally get hold of the division I needed to reach to have access to this piece of modern art.   I still don't know what will happen, but I am hoping to shoot friends, ML and Gen there. This place is amazing! the architecture is incredible, it is a lot of things I would like to shoot, all in one building. My favorite building!

The photos I want to share with you are captured moments when people perhaps are thinking about something important for their lives... what are you thinking right now?

These people GotSquared!

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  1. I've tagged you! Check it out:

    I would love to see your photography incorporated into the 7 facts.

  2. I think I'm loving the idea of you posting your fab 7 photographs. And I can't wait to see what you do with the upcoming shoot with ML and the art gallery.

    It sucks when you can't get your ideas onto paper. But I believe that you'll be able to do it. I keep telling myself that Art is fickle and only seems to reveal itself when it's ready, not us.