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If you know of a someone who attended the Commercial Photography Program at Dawson college who should be included on this page, please send an email to aecphoto@dawsoncollege.qc.ca.

Max Abadian has an irresistible way of creating a captivating atmosphere. A prestigious fashion and advertising photographer, he raises interest on an international scale. Click here to visit his website.
Marine Anakhatounian creates powerful graphic statements with even simple objects. She has a great eye for detail and light which results in images that intrique and fascinate the viewer.
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Sara Cameron's work spans the fields of advertising, entertainment and editorial/illustrative photography and can be seen in magazines and on album covers across North America and Europe. Click here to visit her website.

Monique Dykstra specializes in contemporary wedding and portrait photography. Her work been called "stunning," (Globe and Mail), "breathtaking," (Ottawa Citizen), "lustrous," (Canadian Geographic) and "superb" (MRB). Monique has published two books of photography and worked for the Montreal Gazette as a photographer and columnist. She also taught Commercial Photography at Dawson College for almost a decade. Click here to visit her website.
Bo Huang specializes in fashion and portraiture and has attracted the attention of fashion designers and manufacturers. Graduating from Dawson in 2002, Bo won the Patron's Award for Outstanding Performance in Photography. Click here to visit his website.
Guy Lavigueur is a multi-diciplined photographer whose specialties include food, people, product and aerial. His studio, Productions Punch Inc., creates images for many of Canada's leading companies. Click here to visit his website.
Van Tri Le works primarily in the field of fashion photograph and divides his time between New York. London and Canada. His work can be found in magazines such as: 'Surface, EXIT, DV, and Nylon. Commercial clients include Hollywood Jeans, Duy, Index Clothing, Anne Bowen Couture, Miho Miho, Moi et Cat, As Four and Roxy NYC. Click here to visit his website.

Henri Lin graduated in'1999 and began shooting professionally in 1998. A very creative and diverse photographer, Henry excels in styling, props, special effects, concept creation, lighting, and motion effects.
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Neil Mota is a fashion and partrait photographer whose fascination for the camera stems from extensive childhood travels to his parents' native Scotland and Portugal. Neil often collaborates with his wife Thao who is a talented fashion styist in her own right.
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Louis Prud'homme is renowned for his still-life images, a field in which he is both a visual gourmet and an informal formalist. With his quest for perfection and his drive for innovation, he just naturally gets close to his subjects and fashions thought-provoking visual sculptures.
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Lara Rosenoff won the Grand Prize in the 'Single Image College-University' division of PIEA in 2003 and has had numerous exhibitions of her work. Lara specializes in travel photography. Click here to visit her website.
May Truong is a Montreal based photographer with a keen eye for making the ordinary extraordinary and captured the 2002 Lux Grand Prize in the student category. She is represented by Anna Goodson management. Click here to visit her website.