NOH8 Comes to Boston for New England Photo Shoot
BOSTON, MA - On Sunday, March 27th the NOH8 Campaign will set up a studio at the W Boston Hotel, opening up the opportunity to join the campaign to all the NOH8 supporters in the New England area.
The photo shoot on Sunday is scheduled to begin at 4PM and end at 8PM. Bouska and his team will do their best to make sure that everyone in line by 8PM will get their photo.
Anyone that would like to join the NOH8 Campaign is asked to wear a plain white shirt to match the look of the signature NOH8 photos.
Solo NOH8 photos will require a fee of $40 per person while any group or couple photos will require a $25 fee per person in the photo.
Adam Bouska will be working around the clock to photograph 5-10 frames for each person. The final selection that he chooses will be retouched and made available in about 4-6 weeks through the website.
and raising awareness for marriage equality and anti-discrimination
through NOH8’s interactive media campaign.
ARRIVE BETWEEN 4PM AND 8PM @
100 Stuart St
Boston MA 02116
The W Boston will be offering cocktails in the NOH8 Lounge while you wait for your photo and a DJ will be there to entertain you.
* COME CAMERA READY
* WEAR WHITE
* POSE & MAKE A STATEMENT!
The NOH8 Campaign will apply the NOH8 temporary tattoo to your face upon arrival, and we will also supply you with the silver duct tape for the photo.
Funds raised by the NOH8 Campaign will be used to continue promoting and raising awareness for marriage equality and anti-discrimination through NOH8's interactive media campaign. This includes bringing the campaign to other cities around the country, as well as compiling the images for a large-scale media campaign.
Under consideration is the expansion of our campaign to other media, including television and radio broadcast, billboards, and magazines. Contributions are also used to cover the daily operations and maintenance necessary to run this rapidly growing campaign.
The NOH8 Campaign is an approved 501(c)(3), donations will be tax deductible up to the amount allowable by law.