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sylvain Denis

sylvain Denis

BIO:

Sylvain Denis is a photographer born and raised in Montreal, Canada.

Currently residing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, he works as a freelance photographer specializing in portrait, fashion, physique, commercial and promotional work.

Sylvain’s interest in photography began at a young age, influenced by his own experience as a model for a fitness publication based in New York City. While living in New York City, Sylvain’s work encompassed a wide spectrum of commissions, running the gamut from assignments for Time Magazine, photographing athletes in the USA and Europe for American and European publications to shooting high fashion, collaborating with top stylists and designers.

Sylvain’s commercial work has appeared in magazines both nationally and internationally.

CREDENTIALS:

Sylvain studied at the International Center of Photography in New York City. He did further study at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, mastering his skills in photography, lighting, graphic design, and Photoshop techniques.

In 2018, Sylvain will return to Philadelphia to be a guest speaker in photography at the University of The Arts.

Featured artist and curating the “Art for the Heart” show for the Poverello foundation 2016.

 EVENT

NOVEMBER 5, 2016

Sylvain Curated a show called Art With A Heart sponsored by the foundation called Poverello who operates as a not for profit critical needs food pantry. The mostly all-volunteer organization enhances and promotes life by providing food

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PHOTOS

  • Mooney fall, Grand Canyon

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