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Working, Travel and Photography in North Korea

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Working, Travel and Photography in North Korea

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If you're as curious as I was/am about North Korea and want to hear what's it like work there as a professional photographer, I'm giving a talk and showcasing a selection of images from my travels throughout the country.

When: July 22

Where: Revolver Coffee (325 Cambie St., Vancouver)

Time: 6:30-7:30 p.m. 

All proceeds will be donated to First Steps, a Vancouver-based charity committed to preventing child malnutrition in North Korea through programs that provide essential nutrients to mothers and young children. 

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I'm just back from my third foray into North Korea and it never fails to amaze me the number of questions people have: "They let you in? How did you get in? From where? You can take photos? What's the [insert favourite noun] like?"

I guess I shouldn't be too surprised as I, like many others, have been fascinated by what is one of the world's last remaining hermit kingdoms.

If you're as curious as I was/am about North Korea and want to hear what's it like work there as a professional photographer, I'm giving a talk and showcasing a selection of images from my travels throughout the country on July 22 at Revolver Coffee (325 Cambie St., Vancouver) from 6:30-7:30 p.m. 

All proceeds will be donated to First Steps, a Vancouver-based charity committed to preventing child malnutrition in North Korea through programs that provide essential nutrients to mothers and young children.