Geneviève Montcombroux
Copyright Geneviève Montcombroux, 2010, 2013, 2015
In hommage to the victims of November 13, 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris.

 my 3-D printed babies

These baby dolls are produced from scans of real babies, using one of the highest resolution 3-D printers on the market today.

Every sweet baby fold, wrinkle and crease of the head, ears, eyes, nose, fingers, feet, and toes are captured with this technology.
Sorry for the quality of the photos :<)

At the Davis Conference Center, Layton, Utah
July 22-23, 2016

Romance by the Slice is not, despite its title, a typical romance. Of course two people will fall in love and find happiness in the end. However it is more Piers' journey. How tragedy transforms a somewhat dissolute youth into a responsible man when Nicole hires him as a delivery person for the flagging pizzeria shop she runs.

Piers = privileged background had not prepared him to deal with no job, hunger and the specter of living on the streets. Nicole, who has secrets of her own, is desperate to find a worker and hires Piers without asking for references.
While Piers takes on the task to develop the pizzeria into a successful business, Nicole let her heart lead her on the rocky road of love. When Piers helps her find the child that was forcibly taken away from her, happiness is in sight.

The Inuit Dog of the Polar North is the third revised and expanded edition of The Canadian Inuit Dog: Canada's Heritage. There have been many technological developments that enable scientists and researchers to pinpoint the origins of the Inuit Dog. Advances in DNA analysis have definitely determined who's who in the dog world. Genevieve Montcombroux has gathered all available information and distilled it in the most readable manner in this book.

With a forward by renowned explorer and dogsledding outfitter, Paul Schurke, the book emphasizes the role of the Inuit dog in the life and survival of the inhabitants of the polar regions. Chapters cover the history of the Inuit dog, its development, character and use in expeditions, as well as home-prepared dog food recipes. The work contains an extensive bibliography and forms a valuable resource for anyone who owns or simply loves this amazing dog, a dog that faced extinction in the 1970s, after surviving several millennia in one of the harshest climates on earth. Besides much new material, the book also contains many hitherto unpublished photographs.