Stephen Woo Photography Exhibition
for World Vision
Saturday, November 5 & Sunday, November 6, 2016
Venue: Markham Civic Centre
101 Town Centre Blvd.
We welcome you to a photographic journal
of a world we can all help.
Last year, almost six
million children under the age of five died. More than
half of these deaths could have been prevented in simple
and affordable ways. World Vision Canada helps some of
these most vulnerable children.
Markham-photographer Stephen Woo will be hosting his
Photography Exhibition for World Vision Canada to show
us this world through his photographic lens. Stephen has
spent years documenting the plight of these vulnerable
children. His photography shows the richness, complexity
and poverty of families living in under-developed
regions of the world.
Stephen believes that
photography always tells a story. Each photograph is an
event of light connecting the viewer with its subject.
In his way, the photography you are about to experience
has the power to bring us a better understanding of
those who need our help.
Please enjoy Stephen
Woo’s work in this exhibition and share his vision to
make our world a better place, one photograph at a time.
Stephen Gurie Woo is a
Chinese-Canadian photographer, a member of the Canadian
Society of Cinematographers, director and producer.
Stephen was born in Hong Kong and studied photography
and video production at Humber College, Canada. With
over 25 years of experience in TV production, he has
covered stories of overseas Chinese in over 40
countries. He is currently an independent director &
producer and has founded his own production company. He
had his debut photography exhibition Stephen Woo
Photography Exhibition for World Vision Canada in the
Greater Toronto’s city of Richmond Hill and in Vancouver
in 2015, followed by the second exhibition The Pursuit
of Literacy in the city of Markham in 2016.
Event Organizer: C3 Productions Inc.
Organizer Contact: Jeff Wong