Photogrammetry Portrait : 3D reconstruction artifact from photography acquisition.

Motion collage : For this animated sequence, seagull pictures were assembled in time (animation) to produce unity through movement. Computer generated interpolation produced "parasite" intervals which contributed to movement singularity.

From remediation perspective, drawing vibration simulated with 3D procedural functions and textures inspired by Le Fleuve aux grandes eaux (Frederic Back, 1993).

3D tree trunk from photos acquisition (photogrammetry).

Scene created with multiple cloning of the single tree trunk and composition lighting for homogeneous atmosphere.

Animated 3D photogrammetry of Florent Veilleux's Imagix character.

James McGill photogrammetry (summer of 2015).

Original statue by David Roper-Curzon. Located on McGill University Campus. Montréal, Québec, Canada.

McTavish reservoir photogrammetry (summer of 2015).

Located in Montréal, Québec, Canada.

Fishing hut photogrammetry (Winter of 2017)

Located in Oka, Québec, Canada.

From remediation perspective, drawing vibration simulated with 3D procedural functions and textures inspired by Le Fleuve aux grandes eaux (Frederic Back, 1993).