Humans of Edmonton

Photos by Jerry Cordeiro

By Jerry Cordeiro

Cordeiro wanders Edmonton’s roads, alleys and river valley, documenting stories of the less fortunate and showcasing a range of colour, race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, creed and migration status. He only photographs people whose trust he earns. See more of his work on Humans of Edmonton Experience’s Facebook page.

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