Jamie Ceasar, from Columbus, Ohaio, EEUU.
“My Holga is usually with me wherever I go. Even though last year was full of ups and downs, I made time to shoot film. Most of my photography comes from my hometown of Columbus, Ohio. During last summer, when the protest to fight injustice were at their peak, I was out with my Holga. I was able to document and participate in lot of the protesting events, but I was also able to capture many of the artistic creations that started blooming from it. The artist in my city went to work creating murals, with positive messages of peace, justice, and equality. As a black photographer, I could not miss this opportunity to participate, and capture this moment in history. Even now, most of the artwork created is being preserved, and displayed across the city as a reminder of those summer protest, and the fact that the fight for equality is not over. These are just a few of the photos from then, and now, that I captured with my Holga 120gcfn. I used Ilford HP5, and a lot of Fomapan 100 + 400.”