Hi! My name is Thomas Guignard and I’m a librarian based in Québec City, Canada. I have been practising photography since 2006, and recently I’ve mostly been focusing on architecture and landscape photography. One of my longest running projects has been photographing libraries.
For more about me, read my interview in Information Professional magazine, January-February 2020.
Most of my images are released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike license. This means that you are welcome to reuse any of my content for free, provided you credit it to me, you are not planning to make money out of it, and you are in turn willing to share the result under the same conditions. High-resolution versions of my images can be found on Flickr (click the download icon and choose a size).
If you’d like to use my content for a commercial project (including print publications), please get in touch so we can work something out!
If you like what I do and would like to show your appreciation, you can put a few coins in my virtual tip jar. Your donation will go toward equipment or my next photography trip! Alternatively, you can support me on Liberapay and I have a wish list on Amazon, if you are so inclined.
Thank you! ❤
To me, all libraries, big or small, historical or modern, are beautiful. I’d love to come and visit yours! Use the contact information below to let me know what you have in mind.
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