Photojournalist of the Quebec region that stands out for its efficiency and creativity, recognized by the News Photographers Association of Canada. Mathieu Belanger - Photojournalist specialized in professional sports photography, shows photography, news photography and features photography.

photojournalist, photojournalism, photoreporter, photographer, journalist, reporter, press, photo, photos, photography, photo-reporter, french, quebec, montreal, canada

"Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still" - Dorothea Lange
Nobody could have better described what photography is all about. I'm certainly no Dorothea Lange, but every time I take my cameras somewhere, I always try to make unforgetable memories for my friends, my family and my clients.

I'm a photographer specializing in editorial and commercial photography with a style consisting of creative, colorful and visual storytelling images. I run a client-friendly oriented business and I believe that creativity is a team effort. So I always welcome feedback and propositions from my clients.

Based out of Quebec City, I've been able to build a clientele of corporate and editorial clients including (but not limited to): Reuters, The Canadian Press, Getty Images, The New York Times, TD Bank, Davie Shipyard, ABB Group, Red Bull and the Canadian Olympic Committee. My pictures also earned me many awards over the years from the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), the Atlanta Photojournalism Contest and the News Photographer Association of Canada (NPAC).

I've also had the chance to travel the world on assignment in recent years and I always welcome any opportunities that I'm given to do so.

When I'm not working, I like to play outside with my family and make snowmen with my boys because one thing we never run out of, in the Great White North, is snow! I also like playing badminton and hockey.

There is no big or small assignments. There is just assignments. So whenever you have one, contact me and I'm sure we will enjoy working together on it.