Portland-based lomographer Misha Ashton-Moore has been planning to publish a second installment for her “Adventures in Lomography” photobook. If you’ve seen and enjoyed her first book, she needs your help to get the production of the second book up and running!
Last year, we got in touch with Misha Ashton-Moore, a lomographer based in Portland, Oregon, who told us about her analogue pursuits and projects. She told us about her self-published photobook, “Adventures in Lomography,” which was released in November 2011. If you’re among those who have seen her photographs and supported her work by purchasing a print or a copy of her book, we bring you good news: Misha is set to publish the second volume of her photobook, but before the production can start, she still needs your help.
Misha has been running a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the production of “Adventures in Lomography Volume 2.” The project will only push through if it garners the $4,500 goal, but she only has more or less 32 hours to go at the time of this writing. So, if you appreciate her work and would like to see the second installment push through, show your support and kickstart the project while there’s still time!
What can you expect to find in her photobook project’s second installment? Misha tells us on her Kickstarter campaign page:
On this adventure, we will be traveling to New Orleans, Louisiana to photographically document the ins and outs of the city. Everything from The French Quarter and Bourbon Street to the graveyards and swamp lands, with a large focus on the destruction still visible today, left by Hurricane Katrina.