I was born in Québec City in 1955. My father Raoul Hunter was a sculptor, art teacher, and editorial cartoonist. After my studies in literature and text and image semiology, I pursued a professional career in publishing. I also founded my own publishing house in 2010 to first publish my book on my father.

My interest in photography begins in adolescence with the occasional borrowing of a reflex camera. In 1978 I buy an Olympus OM-1 and mostly use reversal film (slides) until 2002, when I purchase my first digital camera.

My taste for landscape photography is confirmed during my studies in Paris from 1981 to 1984. I succumb to the charms of Europe, but only use my camera occasionally.

A renewed interest in landscape appears when I am production manager at the Canadian Centre for Architecture from 1990 to 2003. I have the chance to meet Lee Friedlander, Geoffrey James, and Robert Burley while supervising the printing of their exhibition catalogue on the parks of Olmsted.

The desire to devote myself entirely to landscape photography dates back to 2002. Pleased with one of my photos of Kouchibouguac Park (NB), I decide to deepen this artistic approach which is now my full-time occupation.


Concours photographique 2020 de la Réserve de biosphère du mont Saint-Hilaire (Group exhibition)
January–April 2021
Bibliothèque Armand-Cardinal, Mont-Saint-Hilaire (Quebec)

Les petits formats (Group exhibition)
December 6–22, 2018
Galerie Au Cadre du Village, Boucherville (Quebec)

Eau et imaginaire
October 31–November 25, 2018
Galerie Vincent-D’Indy, Boucherville (Quebec)
Press release (in French)

Instants naturels
December 5–31, 2017
Librairie-galerie Bonheur d’occasion, Montreal (Quebec)


Landscape Photography Magazine, Issue 135, May 2022.
Landscape Photography Magazine, Issue 106, December 2019.
“Natural Moments,” On Landscape, Issue 150, 2017.


First prize, Concours 2022 Mon Boucherville en hiver
Third prize, Concours 2020 de la Réserve de biosphère du mont Saint-Hilaire


Cégep à distance
Ville de Boucherville