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- Graphic material
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1995 - 2002 (Creation)
- Fleury, Christian
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1.5 m of photographs: black and white , color prints (20 x 25 cm; 12½ x 18cm and smaller), negatives (35mm; 8 x 6 cm 5 x 5 cm ) and contact sheets
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Name of creator
Christian Fleury was born in Sorel, Quebec in 1965. A graduate of the University of Waterloo in 1987, he started his professional photographer career in 1995 and founded his own company Van Schmôck et Gros Moineau which specialized in corporate, industrial, architecture, portrait, and motion photography.
The same year, he began working freelance at Concordia University where he covered numerous social events for academic and administrative units and his work was published in several university publications (e.g. The Thursday Report, the Concordia University Magazine, the Rector’s Report and various faculty newsletters). He also worked on several advertising campaigns for the University and among them, the Concordia’s Image Campaign in 2002.
Christian Fleury was Montreal’s CAPIC (Canadian Association of Professional Image Creators) Student Affairs Vice-President from 2006 to 2008 and a national board member and president of the Toronto chapter of the association from 2009 to 2013.
Scope and content
The fonds consists of photographs, negatives and release forms.