Montreal, QC, Canada
Adil Boukind is an emerging documentary photographer, born in France and based in Montreal since 2008. Adil's work focuses on the integration of ancestral practices in the context of modern society and how they adapted or, on the contrary, remained the same. The purpose of this approach is to highlight what are the lessons and benefits that they produce. Along with his work, he also explores societal issues about identity.
His work has been published both in Canada and internationally in media such as Vice, Le Devoir, L'OBS, Les Echos, L'actualité, Urbania, La Presse, etc. Adil's work is represented and distributed by the Hans Lucas agency.
2017 - Prix AJIQ-TC Média, 2017 - Festi Photo
- Breaking news
- Video capture
Nepali Honey Hunter
Twice a year, people the nepalese tribe of the Gurung risk their lives to harvest honey from hives hung on the cliffs, tens of meters high. The jungle that shelters them is at the foot of the Annapurna mountain range.
Tbilisi everyday life
These machines are scattered all over the city, allowing people to reload their bus pass, phone and even play poker.