Following an exchange with the school of Fine Arts in Bordeaux, Guillaume Boudrias-Plouffe completed his bachelor’s in Studio Art at Concordia University. Since finishing his master’s in Visual Arts at Ottawa University in 2012, he has presented a total of seven exhibitions or projects, as a solo artist or as part of a duo. He has received grants from the Conseil des arts de Longueil, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec and the Canada Council for the Arts. He was awarded de CCA’s Joseph-S.-Stauffer prize in 2013. In 2014, he assigned himself the trade of "ravaudeux d’histoireds"(story mender) for public projects presented at Fonderie Darling, 3e Impérial and DARE-DARE. The same year, his participation in the Ateliers TD workshops at L’Arsenal was noticed thanks to the documentary series Les contemporains, broadcast on ARTV, and thanks to a performance and installation he presented at the Musée d’arts contemporain de Montréal. He is now member a member of 3e Impérial’s board. He lives and works in Longueil.