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Photo Shoot with Photographer Brian Bostrom @ Furry Vengeance Press Screening

Published on: 26th April, 2010

Perry Chen @ Edwards Mira Mesa Cinema 4-24-10, Brian Bostrom

Perry Chen the Critic - "Perrific!", by Brian Bostrom

Perry Chen the Critic - rating a 3 starfish film, by Brian Bostrom

Perry Chen the Critic -Rating 0-2 starfish movie, by Brian Bostrom

Perry Chen - critiquing movie snacks, by Brian Bostrom

Perry Chen kissing mom Zhu Shen, by Brian Bostrom

Perry Chen & Brian Bostrom at photo shoot, April 24, 2010

Just before the “Furry Vengeance” press screening on April 24 at Edwards Mira Mesa Cinema, 10 year-old film critic Perry Chen was treated with professional photo shoot by renowned San Diego photographer Brian Bostrom, the photos are “Perrific!”  Brian’s website and email:


Perry and his mom Zhu Shen met Brian at the San Diego Asian Film Festival (SDAFF) where Brian was on assignment for NBC 7/39, and Perry was invited as a VIP guest to attend the gala awards dinner and walked on the red carpet.  Here are some of Brian Bostrom’s photos at the event:

Brian will be Perry’s official photographer, another photo shoot is scheduled for May 2, 2010.


From Brian Bostrom’s website:

Brian has spent his life shooting photos, and has developed a love for the art. Starting at the age of 6 years old in his aunts darkroom he started learning to process black and white film and prints. During this time he was using an oatmeal container as a pinhole camera, and then a 110 camera to photograph professional sporting events from his father’s season ticket seats in Denver, CO.

His first professional work was as a staff photographer with Highlander Publications shooting local prep sporting events at the age of 16 years old. He then began shooting music photography in Hollywood, CA. shooting freelance photography for Screamer Magazine, and becoming the band photographer for Lit (Razzle at the time).

He attended Chaffey College to fine tune his technical skills. During college his Fine Art Photography was selected for exhibition in the Los Angeles County Fair.

Advertising photography, weddings, and portraits started to become full-time, but the desire to shoot travel and landscape photography moved Brian to Utah where he started photographing National Parks around the country.

The Spanish Village Art Center in Balboa Park, San Diego, CA, became home to his first photography studio. His work was on display for three years in the Village.

Brian is currently shooting freelance photography. Some of his clients are: NBC San Diego, The San Diego Business Journal, Dining Out Magazine, and professional sports athletes in San Diego.

“I love taking photographs, and hope that the images created bring joy and good memories to those who view them.” – Brian

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