• Death Valley, CA 01

    by LM Chabot

  • Death Valley, CA 02

    by LM Chabot

  • Death Valley, CA 03

    by LM Chabot

  • Humbolt Redwoods, CA 02

    by LM Chabot

  • Joshua Tree, CA

    by LM Chabot

  • Long Beach, WA 01

    by LM Chabot

  • Long Beach, WA 02

    by LM Chabot

  • Long Beach, WA 03

    by LM Chabot

  • Long Beach, WA 04

    by LM Chabot

  • Lost Hills, CA

    by LM Chabot

  • Palm Spring 03

    by LM Chabot

  • Palm Springs, CA 01

    by LM Chabot

  • Palm Springs, CA 02

    by LM Chabot

  • Palm Springs, CA 04

    by LM Chabot

  • Palm Springs, CA 05

    by LM Chabot

  • San Diego

    by LM Chabot

  • San Francisco, CA 01

    by LM Chabot

  • San Francisco, CA 02

    by LM Chabot

  • Santa Cruz, CA 02

    by LM Chabot

  • Santa Cruz, CA 03

    by LM Chabot

  • Toronto 01

    by LM Chabot

  • Vancouver, BC 01

    by LM Chabot

  • Vancouver, BC 02

    by LM Chabot

  • Vancouver, BC 03

    by LM Chabot

LM Chabot is the type of co-dependence you dream of. The perfect fusion of technique and instinct, sensitivity and objectivity, naivety and maturity, facial hair and red lipstick.


Instead of gazing at each other all day round, LM Chabot fix their two pair of eyes on the world that surrounds them, observing the smallest details, the tinniest cracks, the slightest leaks; uncovering peculiarities, exposing the oddities of life. Through their lenses, the duo - who works mainly with medium and large format film cameras - cast a critical yet sensitive gaze on the environment and society, through fashion, architectural photo report and coverage. They search for that hair in the soup, the parsley stuck in your teeth, the hemline coming unstitched. They wrap it up in a perfect mise-en-scène, a gift to be contemplated.


Spicing up their couple, LM Chabot have a three-way partnership with La Garçonnière Studio, an eccentric collective of photographers and videographers established in Saint-Henri.


http://www.lmchabot.com


 AWARDS


2016 | «True Colors», Grand Prix LUX, catégorie Recherche personnelle

2016 | «Staycation», Prix LUX, catégorie Mode/Beauté éditorial

2016 | «George Akerlof», Prix LUX, catégorie Portrait publié

2015 | «Les grandes personnes» and "Hawaï", Prix Applied arts   photography and illustrations awards, fashion category

2013 | «No Worries, La Fête Jetable», Prix Flash Forward

2013 | «Crocodile Tears», Prix Applied Arts, catégorie fashion & beauty

2012 | «What they Called Natural Selection», Prix Lux Grafika

2012 |«Black Horse Pike», Prix Flash Forward 

2012 | «What they Called Natural Selection», Prix Applied Arts, catégorie photojournalism

2012 | «Boob Show», Prix Applied Arts, catégorie photojournalism story

2010 | «Cooks», Kuala Lumpur Photo Awards, catégorie portrait

2009 | «Chinoiseries», Prix Lux Grafika


EXHIBITIONS AND PUBLICATIONS


2015 | «Rite de Passage», expo collective Sidlee - Massivart, Montreal, Canada

2015 | «Les grandes persoones», expo collective Chromatic Paris, France 

2014 | «No Worries, La Fête Jetable et Bluetooth», expo collective, Flash Forward, Boston, USA

2013 | «No Worries, La Fête Jetable et Bluetooth», expo collective au Neubacher Shor Contemporary, Flash Forward festival, Toronto, Canada

2013 | «No Worries, La Fête Jetable», expo collective à la Fonderie Darling, MassivART Chromatique, Montréal, Canada

2012 | «What they Called Natural Selection», expo collective chez Infopresse, Lux Grafika, Montréal, Canada

2012 | «Black Horse Pike», parution dans le livre des gagnants de Flash Forward 2012

2012 | «Tourista», exposition solo sur les murs d’atelier b., Montréal, Canada

2011 | «What they called Natural Selection», expo collective au Palais des Congrès dans le cadre de Génération d’idées, Montréal, Canada

2011 | «Tourista», expo collective C-41 dans le cadre du World Press Photo au Marché Bonsecours, Montréal, Canada

2011 | «Tourista», expo collective à la Galerie VAV, Montréal, Canada

2010 | «Ceci n’est pas une expo sur la Chine», exposition solo au Centre Elgar, Montréal, Canada

2010 |  «Cooks», expo collective dans le cadre du Kuala Lumpur Photo Awards, Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie

2009 | «Es-tu tombé sur la tête?», exposition collective à la Galerie Zone Orange, Montréal, Canada