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Local Photographer Ana Homonnay Donates Proceeds to the Prison University Project

By Mount Tamalpais College | May 15, 2020

For a limited time only, local photographer Ana Homonnay is offering special edition prints of her personal work. With each print you purchase, 50% of the profit after printing/shipping expenses will be donated to the Prison University Project.

All images are part of Ana’a personal project collection and were shot on film, either on her medium format Hasselblad or her 35mm camera. Each selection will be printed professionally on premiere photo paper, which means your one-of-a-kind prints will last well over 100 years in a typical home display.

To make your selection, please follow the links below.

Mission District street portraits
20×20 matte paper $300
30×30 matte paper $400

Brazil
16×24 matter paper $200
20×30 matte paper $300
30X40 matte paper $400

Prints will be mailed to you straight from the lab – just email Ana at anahomonnay@gmail.com with what you want and she will take care of it. If there is a need for a different size or price please reach out!

Please note that the Prison University Project became Mount Tamalpais College in September 2020.

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