Nowhere To Call Home: Volume I: Photographs And Stories Of The Homeless

byLeah DenbokContribution byMajor Doug Lewis, J.T. McVeigh

November 13, 2017|
Nowhere To Call Home: Volume I: Photographs And Stories Of The Homeless by Leah Denbok
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"I invite you to look into the eyes of the homeless... they tell a story."

Homelessness is a serious problem throughout North America-even in Canada and the United States, two of the richest countries in the world. "We must stop this madness," says Leah Denbok, the teenage Canadian photographer who travelled with her dad for over two years to cities throughout North America, photographing and interviewing the homeless. Leah was inspired by the story of her mother, who at three years old was rescued from the streets of Calcutta by Saint Teresa (formerly Mother Teresa). Nowhere to Call Home is a collection of gritty, black-and-white photographs and the personal stories of individuals who live on the streets. The haunting beauty of the images will stay with you, long after you turn the last page.

All the profits from the sale of this book will go to the Salvation Army Barrie Bayside Mission Centre....
Leah Denbok has been taking photographs since she bought herself a used Canon EOS Rebel T2i from a local hockshop in the summer of 2012. Inspired by the work of British photographer Lee Jeffries, she has been concentrating on high-contrast portraiture. One of her photographs was awarded first place in the Blue Mountain Foundation of th...
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Title:Nowhere To Call Home: Volume I: Photographs And Stories Of The Homeless
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:100 pages, 10 X 8 X 0.27 in
Shipping dimensions:100 pages, 10 X 8 X 0.27 in
Published:November 13, 2017
Publisher:FriesenPress
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781525513107

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