With an emphasis on creating crisp and unique images, her goal is to seek the uniqueness in things while challenging photography. Valerie’s passion for photography and visual story telling has evolved into a way to tell stories, capture beauty and create unexpected images using scenic elements of nature. Growing up on skis and surrounded by the natural beauty of Quebec, she developed a deep passion for nature and wildlife. With her work, Valerie hopes to make a difference by raising awareness for wildlife conservation and the protection of the natural world.
Valerie holds a Master’s degree in Architecture from Carleton University in Ottawa. She defended her thesis “Hybridity is Dead! Long Live Hybridity!” in January 2016 in which she explored the potential of hybridity in architecture to create new alliances between programs and their capacity to create innovative urban forms. Since Valerie first started architecture school she has shown a particular interest and devotion for architecture visuals, graphics and 3D modeling. She has developed a unique ability to create efficient and unique images to better communicate architectural ideas and concepts.