François Brunelle was born in Sherbrooke, Québec in 1950. He has always been fascinated by the the human face and has been focusing on it since he started being a photographer at age 18. Working on the I'm not a look-alike! project allows him to explore in a very intimate way the relationship between his subjects and himself.
Every artist, when doing a portrait, is creating a self-portrait. In the case of François Brunelle's doppelganger project the images seem to be self-portraits of his own double personality.About François Brunelle's disk image:
Stéphane Morin and Claude-Simon Langlois are unrelated look-alikes. The one on the left, Mr. Morin, is Canadian-born. The one on the right, Mr. Langlois, is American-born.
The following items are included on François Brunelle's flash drive within the 2012 archive.
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