Photos by Lukasz Wierzbowski.
Here is this week’s Best of Instagram, an on-going feature highlighting photographers on Instagram. If you’d like to be considered for a future post follow me and/or leave me a message on my Instagram @jeffhamada.
@jaredchambers – Jared Chambers, Los Angeles.
@hamadahideaki – Hideaki Hamada, Osaka.
@andygrellmann – Andy Grellmann, Vancouver.
@dearleila – Leila Peterson, London.
@maurice – Maurice Li, Vancouver.
Gennadiy runs an orphanage in Mariupal, Ukraine, and for 13 years he has been going on night time raids to rescue, and even force, kids off the street. His methods may be a little controversial, but I can’t help but be inspired by this guy’s passion.
The team behind this film previously won the Grand Jury price at Sundance with their film “Blood Brother”, and now have composer Atticus Ross (known for his work collaborating with Trent Reznor on “The Social Network” and “Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”) on board to score this film. The music you hear in this trailer was composed by Atticus and his brother Leopold Ross.
Watch the trailer below!
The folks at Inventory have designed and published a gorgeous clothbound hardcover book called “Queen of Tsawwassen”, named after one of the old BC Ferries. The book was curated by Twelvebooks (Japan), and features the work of five emerging Canadian photographers, Ali Bosworth, Seth Fluker, Jennilee Marigomen, Dan Siney, and Chris Taylor.
Inventory is hosting the book launch this Saturday at 8pm, and has graciously given me a copy to give away to one of you! The book can be purchased here.
Leave a comment below telling me your favourite thing about British Columbia, or if you’ve never been here, tell me why you’d like to visit! This giveaway is open to everyone! I’ll pick a winner next Friday!