Christian Bélanger

Christian Bélanger’s passion has always been letterforms. Through traditional or modern calligraphy, Christian wants to share his love of letters with workshops and projects of all kinds: logos, greeting cards, poems, quotes, artworks, murals, etc. Take a break from the screen and keyboard, try a pen and paper, and contact him for commissions and private or group classes!

Website Contact
Photos 1-3 © Marco Chioini, Photo 2 © Agence : Nolin BBDO pour Le lait / Agency: Nolin BBDO for Le lait.

Marco Chioini

With 13 years of experience, Marco Chioini can meet all your calligraphic needs : quotes, poems, diplomas, certificates, awards, wedding, special events, envelopes, advertisement, or a calligraphy piece or more. In a traditional or contemporary style, for corporate clients or individuals.

Contact
Photo: © Lisa Renault

Joy Deneen

Atelier Imagine Joy is a calligraphy and design studio, specialized in custom invitations, stationery and hand lettered details for weddings and special events. Her work has been featured in Better Homes & GardensAir Canada enRoute Edition, Elegant Wedding and Mariage Québec, as well as on blogs such as Style Me Pretty, Wedding Chicks, Ruffled and 100 Layer Cake.

Website Contact

Kathy Feig

Since 1979, Kathy Feig has been a professional scribe working with both corporate clients and private individuals. Her skills can be tailored to suit the style and format required by various documents that crown special events or unique occasions. Awards, Certificates, Testimonials, Scrolls, Memorial Books, Family Trees, Poetry, Weddings

Website Contact

Yolande Lessard

Yolande Lessard is a professional calligrapher. Since 1985, she has carried out lettering and calligraphic works in traditional and contemporary styles for private and corporate clients. Her services include logos, lettering, quotations, poems, acrostics, bookmarks, greeting cards, invitations, announcements, illustration, formal documents, diplomas, certificates, distinctions, coat of arms, decorated letters, and family trees.

Website Contact

Lorna Mulligan

Available for calligraphy work including: logos, packaging and labels, titles, certificates, calligraphic pieces with painted backgrounds, borders or images.

Styles: certain traditional styles as well as more contemporary or gestural. Clients: Institut du Nouveau Monde, La Société des calligraphes de Montréal, private collections

Website Contact
Erin Neilson

Erin Neilson

Erin, owner of Neilson Letters Calligraphy, is a freelance calligrapher who loves working with pen and paper to bring a personal touch to all of your special occasions. With a custom printing background, she is very comfortable with stationary etiquette. Available to work with you on your ideal vision for your wedding calligraphy, envelope addressing, personalized quotes, and more. If you have a project, either personal or professional, she would love to hear from you.

Website Contact

Lorraine Paquette, Majuscules

Even as a child, Lorraine Paquette always enjoyed playing with crayons instead of dolls. With a style of her own, she continually strives to meet her clients’ needs with efficiency and professionalism. Although self-taught, she has studied with various Masters of the Written Word. Feel free to communicate with her at any time whether to create an art piece, or for any other event that would require her writing hand.

Website Contact

Luc Saucier

Member of La Société des Calligraphes since 1993, Luc Saucier has been plying his trade as a freelance scribe for the last thirty years.   A self-taught calligrapher, he attended workshops given by Donald Jackson, Sheila and Julian Waters, John Stevens and Thomas Ingmire.  His ongoing interest in History led him to specialize in classical hands and the art of flourishing.

He started his trade in Montreal as poster designer for the Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur and also took part in projects commissioned by La Tranchefile, a bookbinding shop.  As his trade expanded, he was also called to carry out calligraphed items for TV commercials and movies.

A sought-after scribe for protocolary documents, he penned commissions for the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the Ministère de la Culture du Québec, the Diocese of Montreal and the Federal government. An associate calligrapher to the Herald of Arms of Canada since 2005, he also performs calligraphy duties at the City Halls of Montreal and Beloeil, QC.

He taught calligraphy at the Visual Art Center from 1996 to 2004 and now gives workshops at his Mont-Saint-Hilaire studio and in the Montreal area.

Website Contact