Posted by Nasir Azam on Nov 17, 2021


Leah den Bok is an advocate for a compassionate, nonjudgmental approach to fighting homelessness.

Leah gave presentation at last Rotary meeting and showed images from her three volumes of “Nowhere to Call Home” Photographs and Stories of the Homelessness. She also shared the several individuals experiencing homelessness when she met in cities around the world.
Leah den Bok a fun loving, multiracial-Canadian fashion photographer. She has an interest in breaking the norms in fashion through an exploration of different angles, gender, and diversity. Leah loves to travel, and her photography has brought her around the globe to cities such as Los Angeles, San Diego, Brisbane, New York, Santo Domingo, Washington, and Zürich. Send Leah an email to chat about upcoming projects. She is currently based in Toronto, Canada and available Internationally upon request.

On top of her primary work Leah has been traveling to cities throughout the world for several years photographing the homeless and recording their stories for her portrait series, Humanizing the Homeless. She is the author of three books: Nowhere to Call Home—Photographs and Stories of People Experiencing Homelessness, Volumes One, Two, and Three.