is a Canadian director and photographer. Her work documents the often complicated relationships people have with one another and themselves, exploring the human condition against the backdrop of the natural world. Her films celebrate the moments in life that are fleeting, but make an impression.
She has directed and photographed for companies and agencies such as the CBC, TIFF, and Cosette. Her short, For Dad, With Love was acquired by the CBC for broadcast and her other short Little Brother has screened at festivals throughout the US and UK, recently being given a Vimeo Staff Pick. Dominique is currently developing her most recent documentary, Zone Rouge, which follows a group of French de-miners as they clear unexploded bombs left over from WW1 and WW2.
Dominique likes telling stories, riding her motorcycle and seeing the world through her viewfinder.
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