Michel Guy was born in Canada and grew up in Montréal. In 1992, he graduated from the Université du Québec à Montréal in Fine Arts. After these studies he trained for brief periods of time in film, art video, with a particular focus on dance-video and animated film. In the beginning of the 90s, guided by his multidisciplinary approach, he carried out several internships in dance-video creation during which he directed 3 video works Dichotomie, Digital Corps et Graphic and Espace vital. These works were subsequently shown in Canada and Europe as part of video and film festivals such as 3e Mondial de la vidéo de Bruxelles, Les Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois, Première manifestation Internationale en Vidéo and Art Électronique de Montréal, etc. Digital Corps et Graphic was acquired by the city of Cologne (Germany) as part of a collection of video art works. Alongside, he has created sculpture installation projects that explore image and movement projects, and which are inspired by Henri Bergson’s ideas on thought and motion. His experience allowed him to go to Europe (France and Belgium) for several stays to cooperate and meet with contemporary art and dance-video professionals. This led him down the path of film, T.V. series and advertisement production for several years until 2010. He worked in the stage and wardrobe management departments as a set technician and production assistant for American, Canadian and French productions. Since 2011, Michel Guy lives in France and dedicates all his time to his creative work.