Michèle Larocque began exploring the world through the eye of a lens as a child of ten. Her very first images were taken in a winter ditch watching the flow of muddy water create icicles in a drain pipe. Since then her photography has often been motivated by the need to look beyond surface appearances, to reveal the beauty and grace that is often overlooked by modern society.

A graduate of Dawson College School of Photography, in Montréal, Quebec, Ms. Larocque’s images have been selected for the cover art of several books of poetry as well her work has appeared in the literary journals Blood Lotus Journal, The Glass Coin, and The Single Hound.

Her images can be viewed at her blog epreuve and her photo-blog Imaginarium.







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