All posts tagged: Joost Vandebrug

Some Lost Boys and A Man With A Golden Heart

I have recently signed up for Bloggers Required, a network for brand blogging assignments. I never imagined that my first assignment would be not a job that remunerates in pound sterling but in  sterling hearts, if I can say so… The Lost Boys is a project initiated three years ago by  Joost Vandebrug, a nosy London  photographer and filmmaker, who started out as many others do when it comes to  Romanian social projects. Curiosity, a sense of civil duty or perhaps a dare-devil attitude. But what was born out of an impulse at the time ended up catching his heart forever (Romania and Romanians have this “talent”) and three years on he is trying to raise awareness about a small group of boys he has come to love, help financially and allowed to shape his existence forever. Joost is at the moment trying to raise funds and awareness about these five boys. With the help of the DUST magazine, “a biannual photography magazine about youth related existential themes” and through their Kickstarter project, Joost is hoping …