Dany Veillette

  • Ottawa ON
Dany Veillette



Bilingual of both official languages

Official Photographer

Official photographer to the Governor General of Canada for 3 years. Michael Jean and David Johnston



Enjoy physical fitness like running and a mixed of upper and lower body training.

Love to travel, enjoy learning about new cultures around the world.


Career as a flight attendant.  

Work History

Work History
Jun 2005 - Jul 2014

Imagery Technician

Department of National Defence

Team leader of the imagery section,

Imagery Technicians are visual media specialists and are responsible for the operation, maintenance and management of a wide variety of imaging equipment and products. They provide both still and video coverage of the Forces in support of operations, public affairs and internal communications.

Imagery Technicians operate still and video cameras; produce prints and video and multi-media products; perform quality control of products; and maintain imaging equipment. The primary responsibilities of the Imagery Technician are to:

  • Produce still and video images
  • Use Infrared, Image Intensified, and thermal imagery equipment
  • Produce imagery using 3D animation
  • Download image data from imaging sensors to ground processing facilities
  • Process and duplicate aerial film
  • Catalogue, describe, store and retrieve imagery
  • Analyse, annotate and enhance imagery
  • Perform colour management on imagery systems
  • Produce imagery products
  • Maintain an imagery database
  • Test and evaluate new imaging equipment
Aug 1997 - May 2005

Vehicle Tecnician

Armoured mechanic,

Vehicle Technicians maintain, repair, and overhaul land vehicles and related equipment to keep them in top condition. Vehicle Technicians belong to the Corps of Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.

A Vehicle Technician has the following responsibilities:

  • Inspect, repair, overhaul and modify all types of automotive equipment and components
  • Repair, adjust and modify automotive systems
  • Repair, adjust, overhaul and modify powered equipment such as electrical generators and fuel-fired heating devices
  • Use and maintain common and specialized tools, basic garage hydraulic, mechanical and pneumatic equipment and oxyacetylene welding equipment
  • Carry out the recovery of all types of vehicles used in the land forces, utilizing standard towing trucks and specialized tracked and wheeled recovery vehicles
  • Drive all types of vehicles ranging from small support wheel vehicles to tank transporters
  • Prepare and process maintenance documentation dealing with work orders, individual time cards and parts request forms
  • Perform in land operations, when necessary, fight as infantry
Mar 1996 - Oct 1997

Front desk clerk

Super 8 Motel

Hotel front desk clerks perform some or all of the following duties:• Maintain an inventory of vacancies, reservations and room assignments• Register arriving guests and assign rooms• Answer enquiries regarding hotel services and registration by letter, by telephone and in person, provide information about services available in the community and respond to guests' complaints• Compile and check daily record sheets, guest accounts, receipts and vouchers using computerized or manual systems• Present statements of charges to departing guests and receive payment.

Jun 1990 - Aug 1995

Military Police

Law enforcement,

Military Police enforce laws and regulations on Forces’ establishments in Canada and abroad. They serve the entire Forces community, including Regular and Reserve Force members, civilian employees, cadets, and family members.

The primary responsibilities of the Military Police are to:

  • Support Forces missions by providing policing and operational support
  • Investigate and report incidents involving military or criminal offenses
  • Develop and apply crime prevention measures to protect military communities against criminal acts
  • Coordinate tasks related to persons held in custody (including military detainees and prisoners of war)
  • Provide security at selected Canadian embassies around the world
  • Provide service to the community through conflict mediation, negotiation, dispute resolution, public relations and victim assistance
  • Perform other policing duties, such as traffic control, traffic-accident investigation, emergency response, and liaison with Canadian, allied and other foreign police forces


Sep 1982 - Jun 1987

High school diploma

Polyvalente des Estacades

Top Secret

National Defence