John Paillé is an Anishnaabe (Beausoleil First Nation)/French Canadian portrait photographer.
Based in Toronto, John strives to create images that capture his subject's authentic self. Through his work, he wants to create contemporary images of Indigenous peoples, cultures, and history.
With experience photographing Indigenous Peoples in several countries around the world, John hopes to continue to travel, connect with, and photograph Indigenous peoples around the world.
John is also a member of the Indigenous Photograph collective, a database of Indigenous photographers from around the world.
Clients have included: The Washington Post, Buddies in Bad Time Theatre, Paprika Festival, Canadian Art magazine, Consulate General of Canada - Sydney, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, Aboriginal Professional Association of Canada, Canadian Dimension magazine, Frontier College, ImagineNative Film Festival, Winda Film Festival, among many others.