Montreal, Not Just For Bagels My wife and I went to Montreal…

Montreal, Not Just For Bagels
My wife and I went to Montreal...

Montreal, Not Just For Bagels
My wife and I went to Montreal...

Montreal, Not Just For Bagels
My wife and I went to Montreal...

Montreal, Not Just For Bagels
My wife and I went to Montreal...

Montreal, Not Just For Bagels
My wife and I went to Montreal...

Montreal, Not Just For Bagels

My wife and I went to Montreal last weekend to compare bagels from different shops and to sample the smoked meat; while there I also had an exhibition open.

Much respect to Juno Youn and his Galerie Youn for hosting us. And his team was fantastic: Keoni Le, Josieanne Boivin and Diep Truong – thank you!

The turnout for the two events was impressive, including a number of people who traveled to attend. Favored photo assistant Michelle Watt drove up from New York, and photographer John W. MacDonald came from Ottawa. We were also lucky to get lots of time with my former mentor (dare I say it) Alastair Sutherland (the editor-in-chief of Canadian music magazine Graffiti when I was the photo editor).

But the true highlight was spending a long weekend with my wife, Michelle Golden, without a certain charming redhead in tow. In this sense Montreal lived up to it’s reputation as a romantic city.

See full post here: The Chris Buck2014-09-19.