Schael Marcéus
Director | Photographer
Schael Marcéus is a Haitian Canadian photographer and filmmaker currently living and working in Montreal. Deeply rooted in the human experience and in his own development in a social context, Marcéus’ work weaves between portraiture, documentary, and fashion as it platforms the stories of unheard voices. Recurring themes center notions of blackness and home, conceptualized through sexual and/or gender identities. His body of work is itself constructed as a kind of visual narrative; each piece teeming with embedded meaning. Marcéus’ work has been featured in multiple exhibitions in Montreal, including the Montreal Fine Arts Museum; and his activism led him to be a speaker on various panels regarding the realities of being a black artist in today’s society.
VIDEO
Music Video
Denique - Fruits
BTS
Khaled
BTS
Cyber
BTS
Marco
PHOTOGRAPHY
Chivengi
My First Time at Afropunk
Still Processing
As the Rain Settles Down
Mutt
River
The Garden of Abundance
Antigone
Cream Filled Chocolate Candies
Ode to Montreal
Lived Within
Black Pride for Never Was Average
Constantly Renewed, Yet Always the Same
Nothing In This World
Antoine93
Bodies & Tattoos for Never Was Average
Carbomb
In Days of Yore
Lynn
Talking In Your Sleep
Le Grand Mal (Cinematography)
Royal Jelly