After studying film at Laval University, his documentary cinematic experience begins in 2002 with the movie To die offshore, reflecting the concerns of Gaspé fishermen, and Cursed machine!, a human portrait about the universe of compulsive gamblers on video poker lottery. In 2004, his film Make money, hi hello! on berylliosis affected workers of the Noranda mine earned him the Murdochville Audience Award and the price at Enviro Portneuf Film Festival on the environment. He followed then with Leandre Bergeron, with conviction hopeless (2008), a meeting with a nonconformist man unwavering in its commitment to freedom and his struggle for the defense of his social vision, political and family. His most recent documentary, The angel of Grondines (2012) received the Audience Award at the Festival films Portneuf Environmental 2013. This sensitive film presents the eternal childhood of Joseph Stephen, 73, still living in the moment and the discovery of imaginary territories. His next documentary Nallua (2015) focuses on the community of Pond Inlet in Nunavut.