Paul Labonté (born December, 1976 in Montréal, Québec, Canada) is a Montréal based content creator. He has over sixteen years working experience as a photographer, writer, director, publisher, consultant and curator.
He has released some of his books using the nom-de-plume Paul 107. This moniker is derived from the STM bus #107 that runs through the south-west Montreal neighborhoods where he grew up. The bus’ route begins in Verdun, runs through Pointe-Saint-Charles and then up Peel St. into Montreal’s downtown core.
He founded The Second Hand Projects in 2002 as an independent small run press & book packaging outfit. The primary focus of the company is producing and publishing books about the arts and all things misunderstood.
Paul Labonté has been a WeSC Activist since 2010.