Impostor Syndrome is a collection of chewed and mangled thoughts based on reflections, experience, and personal perspectives I wish others to read, think about, share, confirm, add to, and challenge.
Rhapsodic Stillness is a collection of photographs taken over the years. It tries to showcase the still beauty of the social and natural world we live in.
I am a student, day and night. By day, I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Higher Education program at OISE, University of Toronto. By night, I study Aikido and Iaido with Sensei Robert Zimmermann at Toronto Aikikai.
I have worked six years as an administrator in Montreal colleges, focusing on program development and support. Before that, I have taught college physics for about twelve years.
I started Aikido in 2000, and Iaido in 2001, with Sensei Claude Berthiaume at Aikido de la montagne in Montreal.
When “the right time” comes around, I take out my camera and moonlight as a wannabe photographer who gets a few good shot every once in a while and feels proud enough to show them.