My daily routine


Thursday night, at the Saputo stadium, was the first leg of the quarter finals match between the Montreal Impacts vs the Charleston Battery. Our players held it tight for them and managed to score a very nice goal in the first half, scored by David Testo at the 10th min. The battery was a player down due to a red card. The 2nd half was a bit more tough for the Impacts but Rocco Placentino came in late at the end of the game and scored a superb goal from the left hitting the top post and in. The Ultras was present supporting our team and they were also loud. A little bit of push and shove between them and security but its all good. We need to win the 2nd match and head to semi-final.

Les Enfants Terribles

This is the final result of the photoshoot in the alley way. Me and my crew Les Enfants Terribles are doing it big this Halloween. We are working with local indie horror fest SPASM for the closing party. This photo was shot on a rainy sunday night. Photo by Mathieu Fortin aka Le Pistolet. We did this photo and flyer all in one night since the deadline was the next morning. Main concept and look was very gang and the Warriors inspired. The used of easy grab weapons helped the photo alot. Wrenches, Nunchuks, Baseball bat, Crowbar, Slingshot,etc… Thank you to all the crew for making this happen. Special thanks to Mathieu and Rémi.

The ROC is in the building…

I attended the Jay-Z show at the Bell Centre last friday…I’ve never seen Jay-Z live before and I think it has been a very long time since the last time he came to Montreal. I had goosebumps all night long as he performed his classics and some pieces of the Blueprint 3. Seeing his gestures and the way he maneuvered himself across the stage was incredible. His raps and flows was insane to hear live…He even brought Memphis Bleek as his hypeman. Started the show with a countdown. He rised up the floor over the beat of Run This Town…The place was packed with roaring fans with the ROC sign in the air. Chants of HOVA…From Lucifer,99 problems, Hard Knocklife,Big Pimpin,etc…He ended the show with a good medley of tracks and thank yous to the crowd.(J Cole, Wale and N.E.R.D was the openings acts)