A showing of global images by award-winning photojournalist Wendell Phillips.
Wendell Phillips is a Vancouver based photographer with 34 years of experience in editorial and art photography. He is the recipient of 31 Picture-of-the-Year awards from North American news organizations; as well as winner of two National Magazine Awards. He was voted Canada’s News Photographer of the Year in 1988 and nominated for Canadian Photojournalist of the Year in 2007 and 2009. The Photographic Society of America honored Wendell with the International Understanding through Photography Award recognizing his socially engaged documentaries. Phillips has chronicled the diversity of the human condition on 5 continents in 73 countries.
Tickets are $15. All proceeds donated to the Marquis Project.
Limited seats – Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Marquis project or The Family Tree/INK (455–8th Street, Brandon).
This film is rated NR.