Passing, Porter, Banquine
After having crossed Canada from one coast to the other with his juggling balls in hand, he takes his first true steps into circus arts at the age of 19. In 2008, he is accepted into the professional formation program of the Québec Circus School (ÉCQ) where he meets the three other acrobats who will become his training and performance partners. In December, he and his new partners create the first act, known as the Quatuor Stomp. Over the course of this creation, Jonathan forges a particularly strong working relationship with Antoine, and the two decide to create a hand-to-hand duo act. In 2010, another passion presents an opportunity to perform on stage in the form of Trampo-wall. This new apparatus launches him to many televised events, such as the Ellen DeGeneres Show and DasSupertalent. In 2011, he is lucky enough to unite his two passions, as he performs in the Cirque du Soleil special event ‘le Royaume de tôle’ in Québec City. He executes both the table act with the Quatuor Stomp and the Trampo-wall act. Ever since, he cumulates professional experiences, eager to perfect his art.