13 Influential Montrealers You Should Be Following on Instagram

If you’re not already a part of the Instagram community, you’re missing out on the chance to check out some extremely creative Canadians who really know how to show love for their city.

Over the last week, we’ve shared influential Instagrammers from Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto you should be following, so of course we’re going to round out this series by sharing some of Montreal’s most notable…

Francis Duval 
Mr Duval’s feed is very appealing to the eyes and focuses on showcasing all aspects of Montreal, from the historic architecture to nightlife, portraits of locals, and stunning landscape shots, which are all shot in a very clean style.

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Onedejeune, which translates to we have lunch, is a group of “eggsperts” who know a thing or two about finding the best brunch spots in the city. The group has an excellent eye for capturing some of Montreal’s many delicious flavours.

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Gabrielle Lacasse is a Montreal-based content creator who’s light and airy feed is definitely worthy of a follow. Gabrielle shares photos from her life in the city, often with a feminine twist.

For those who are inspired by Montreal’s café culture, you need to follow this group of coffee aficionados who know how to track down the best spots in the city to relax and unwind with an espresso.

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If you’re a serious foodie looking for some meal inspiration, look no further than t.a.s.t.e.t’s Instagram feed, which is a tantalizing spread of the hottest food spots that you need to hit up in the city.

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Ceeesk Celia Spenard-Ko is a Montreal photographer whose feed focuses on showing different perspectives from around the city. Celia is no stranger to taking clean, minimalist shots, and uses natural light to enhance her photos.  

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Chloe is photographer and fashion enthusiast from Montreal, so you can only guess what happens when you mix a knack for photography with a love for fashion. Chloe’s feed is an mix of fashion and lifestyle photos that all follow a similar colour scheme, which leaves us wishing we were capable of taking such captivating photos.

Anne McIssac is the colourful genius behind the Yellowillow account, which showcases a very colourful and playful side of Montreal.

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Montrealer Pascal Assaleh has an eye for finding the most beautiful views and focuses on capturing stunning city landscapes and architecture that are very appealing to the eyes.

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Micheal Lloyd’s Instagram feed was definitely the most colourful and abstract, focusing on series that showcase some of the world’s most eye-popping landscapes.

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Jaclyn Turner has an eye for taking commonly scenes and turning them into truly remarkable photographs. Her feed will not only inspire you to get outdoors this winter, but to spend some more time exploring the hidden corners of your own city.

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Naska Demini is a Montreal photographer whose powerful feed features diverse landscape and city shots, as well as portraits of local citizens.

A Montreal jewellery maker who shares her unique jewellery collection, eclectic photos from everyday life, and even some adorable shots of her cat, Ronbon. We love her use of natural light.

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