Dominic Boudreault and his dog, Bruce in Lone Pine, California, USA

After working 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 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, I like to immerse myself in a good film and spend time outdoors with my wife and our Yorkie, Bruce.


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