Enesse adopts film photography as a teenager after discovering his high school’s dark room. Born in Canada, he trains at the Université de Québec à Montréal (UQAM) in communication and cinema but it is the visual art classes that appeal to him the most.
In the decade following his graduation, Enesse works in the post-production of animation series for several producers including Ciné-Group, Astral and PRH.
Putting photography aside for a while, he changes direction and also makes a living with his writing talent providing various services such as news reporting, scripting scenarios for short and feature films, music videos and developing projects for a cartoon series and news programs such as "Les fruits de la passion".
He directs a short film "Les masques à terre" and "Moonlight," a music video with a score by Gabriel Faure, interpreted by Francine Chabot and Thérèse Ryan.
In 2009, he reconnects with photography and the fulfilment it brings him. Enesse devotes himself to alternative photography full-time with his first pinhole camera from Hong Kong. It is a revelation! He finds his niche.
The medium is the message.