The Franco-Quebecois portrait photographer Tshi was found dead in La Rochelle, France. Based in Montreal since 1990, his work appeared in many magazines and newspapers over the last two decades, during which he also produced several album covers. His unique style, which anticipated the work of photographers like Lee Jeffries, was instantly recognizable.
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