After working in the industry for more than five years as a multimedia artist and on-location photographer, I was still looking for the best way to showcase captivating images of the highest quality. I shot my first time lapse video in 2009 and was amazed by the sharpness and precision of the images. I had found the perfect, most precise medium to express and display the qualities I was looking for in my work.
I quit my 9-5 job to dedicate all my energy towards mastering the art of making outstanding time lapse videos. It was hard work, but fueled by my passion, I never looked back.
In late 2013, my wife and I sold almost everything we owned and became full-time travellers. Being location independent has allowed me to devote myself entirely to my art.
When I’m not thinking about my next project, shooting or editing time lapses, I like to immerse myself in a good film and spend time outdoors with my wife and our Yorkie, Bruce.
- Le photographe de Québec connu mondialement
- Article by Jean-Maxime Bourgoin (French)
- La Presse: La petite histoire de la photo de Québec à Las Vegas
- Interview by Valérie Gaudreau (French)
- Photographie hivernale: 20 conseils de pros
- Interview by Frédérique Sauvée (French)
- Le coin des voyageurs: L’Europe vue par le Québécois Dominic Boudreault
- Interview by Sylvie Clergerie (French)
- Tilt Shift Rotate: Dominic Boudreault – Motion Photographer
- Interview by Ross Lelliott
- CBC Live: Skyline Timelapse
- Article by Calum Shanlin
- Huffington Post: City Time-Lapse Shows Bustling Cities In U.S. & Canada
- Interview by Dean Praetorius
- Montreal Serai: The City Limits
- Interview by Mark Silverman
- Le Devoir: Le succès sans limites de The City Limits
- Interview by Isabelle Porter (French)
- NBC News: Time-lapse video contrasts urban and rural scenes
- Video interview by Dara Brown and text by Jonathan Woods
- PetaPixel: Gorgeous Time-lapse of North American Cities at Night
- Article by Michael Zhang
- Gizmodo: An Awe-Inspiring Timelapse of Cityscapes at Night
- Article by Davey Alba
- FStoppers: This Is The Best Timelapse You Will Ever See...
- Article by Lee Morris
- CBC Radio: A city alight in slow motion
- Audio interview by Susan Campbell
- HOME.work: 5 Questions
- Interview by Stephan Elliott