Nerd Caliber
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Cosplay & Style

January 12, 2012

The Photography of Adam Howell: Ichibancon 2012

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Adam Howell is a photographer from North Carolina who loves the art of cosplay. While he takes photos of his friends around different anime conventions, Adam makes sure he takes the time to cosplay as well. Currently, we have his pictorial of Ichibancon 2012. Ichibancon is a four day anime convention held in Charlotte, North Carolina. If you are interested in hiring Adam Howell for your shoots, cosplay or not, you can reach him here!

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About the Author

E. Ortiz
E. Ortiz has been working as a freelance journalist, videographer and editor for almost ten years for many different organizations: from MoCCA to FUSE Music Television. Nowadays Mr. Ortiz is the brains behind Nerd Caliber and sometimes you can see him leading his team at conventions.




 
 

 
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