Now based in Vaudreuil-Dorion near Montreal (Québec, Canada), Francis Dufour is an event and film set photographer. He is also an experienced software and office computing teacher in both vocational college and high school. Francis also teaches photography on a private basis. He taught photography for Eton Institute in Dubai where he lived for 3 years. Curious and adventurous, Francis is passionate about landscape, travel and adventure photography.

In addition to teaching and photography, he has been a radio host at CIPC (Port-Cartier), CFLS (Lévis) and FM93 (Québec).

Photographer, teacher and former radio host, Francis is an experienced communicator graduated in Public Communication from Université Laval (Québec City, Canada) .

In 2013, Francis won the PhotoShelter's “Show Us Your Beam” contest for the creation of an original commercial photomontage.  He received an honorable mention in 2015 from the International Photography Award for his photo "Seaweed farmers at work in Bali".

 

Actuellement basé à Vaudreuil-Dorion près de Montréal (Québec, Canada), Francis Dufour est photographe de plateaux de tournage et d'évènements. Il est également un enseignant d'expérience en micro-informatique et en logiciels tant au cégep qu'au secondaire. Francis enseigne également la photo sur une base privé. Il a enseigné la photographie pour Eton Institute à Dubai où il a vécu durant 3 ans. Curieux et aventureux, il se passionne pour la photographie de paysage, de voyage et d'aventure.

Outre l'enseignement et la photographie, Il a été animateur de radio à CIPC (Port-Cartier), CFLS (Lévis) et FM93 (Québec).

Photographe, enseignant et communicateur d'expérience, Francis est diplômé de l'Université Laval en Communication publique.

En 2013, Francis a gagné le concours "Show Us Your Beam" de PhotoShelter pour la création d'un photomontage promotionnel original. En 2015, il a reçu une mention honorable lors du concours International Photography Award pour sa photo "Seaweed farmers at work in Bali".

 

"Seaweed farmers at work in Bali"

PhotoShelter's “Show Us Your Beam” photomontage.


Francis is on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedInExposure, Ello and a proud member of LensCulture.


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