Artist. Communicator. Creative Person.

curious
about everything.

“Julie Laurin is an extremely talented artist whose photos are evocative, stunning and brilliantly capture the essence of her subjects. Her work has great integrity and she’s a wonderfully warm and generous person to boot. So happy with her and her work.”

– Alix Sideris (Actor/Director)

What i do

Writing

I write about various topics related to the arts, science and society.

Art

I create stunning images for artistic and promotional purposes.

Technology

I’m a Tech Consultant, offering services in UI/UX, Webdev, and SQA.

recent articles

An artist should act, and fail.

We have made three major cultural mistakes in Canada. We've elevated conceptual art in our schools, and in our museums (where the artist's concept of a piece is more important than the finished piece itself). We've created an unbalanced expectation that our youth...

How to find your voice

If there's one thing that runs true through all of the interviews, and all of the conversations I've had with artists throughout the years, it's this: you're not gonna get anywhere by becoming a carbon copy of somebody else. You have to find that "thing" that makes...

Artists don’t stop.

They wait, or they repress. But once born an artist, you're always an artist. This is a personal story. Music has always been a trigger for me. "Trigger", these days, has a negative connotation. But, in my case, music has always triggered a deep desire to create....

Do things the wrong way

As I delve further into the microscopic world, I’m discovering some interesting parallels between playing with my microscope and playing with my camera.  I’ve always been a photographer who wanted to know as little as possible about the technical side of things...

For the love of a microscope

I bought a microscope a few weeks ago.  It has changed my world. I’ve been trying to write an article on this topic for a few nights now, but I’m struggling with it.  The truth is, I’m having a hard time describing in words what this experience has been...

On becoming a professor…

Recently, I signed a contract to work as an Associate Professor in Digital Culture, for one year. The contract is with a new French university (l'UFO) in Ontario, Canada. I thought I'd write a little something about the experience, because it's a role I never thought...

For the love of a microscope

I bought a microscope a few weeks ago.  It has changed my world. I’ve been trying to write an article on this topic for a few nights now, but I’m struggling with it.  The truth is, I’m having a hard time describing in words what this experience has been...

Do things the wrong way

As I delve further into the microscopic world, I’m discovering some interesting parallels between playing with my microscope and playing with my camera.  I’ve always been a photographer who wanted to know as little as possible about the technical side of things...

Artists don’t stop.

They wait, or they repress. But once born an artist, you're always an artist. This is a personal story. Music has always been a trigger for me. "Trigger", these days, has a negative connotation. But, in my case, music has always triggered a deep desire to create....

How to find your voice

If there's one thing that runs true through all of the interviews, and all of the conversations I've had with artists throughout the years, it's this: you're not gonna get anywhere by becoming a carbon copy of somebody else. You have to find that "thing" that makes...

An artist should act, and fail.

We have made three major cultural mistakes in Canada. We've elevated conceptual art in our schools, and in our museums (where the artist's concept of a piece is more important than the finished piece itself). We've created an unbalanced expectation that our youth...

what i’M WORKING ON: 

A Tiny World: website and livestream.

Exploring the microscopic world!

Planet B612: podcast.

Long-format interviews with artists and scientists!

Planet B612 Podcast

wanna talk?

Send me a message! Please be aware that sometimes, mail ends up in SPAM. If you’ve not received a reply within 48 hours, please contact through DM on Twitter.

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