DIGITAL: In The Tub Volume 1

$20.00

The Digital Version in PDF form, so you can view the images on your phone, tablet, or widescreen laptop!

Also known as the Spartacus Edition, In The Tub Volume 1 is jam-packed with many cast members and a veritable who’s who of celebrities from the film, television, music and sports industries, each person was photographed in their own unique manner in a tub in the name of charity.

TJ Scott has been behind the lens as director of numerous television series, including Star Trek, Orphan Black, Longmire, Bates Motel, and Gotham. After his mother’s third round of breast cancer found its way to her bones and lungs, TJ decided to wage his own war on cancer the only way he knew how: by raising funds through art. 

He donated his unwavering artistic eyes and all of the actors, musicians and celebrities donated their time to this title created strictly to raise funds for breast cancer research. All profits go to charity – TJ Scott has partnered with F*ck Cancer to create a one of a kind breast cancer campaign. Find out more at www.InTheTubBook.com

Description

My mother, Gwennyth Wallace, was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 50 and given 6 months to live. She battled 3 major bouts and made it to 82 before it killed her. Gwennyth had been a Head Nurse, Fund Raiser, and Public Health Officer who developed many of Canada’s biggets national health programs including the country’s first ‘Heart Health’ and ‘Anti-Smoking’ campaigns.

Growing up we were taught that solving medical issues was all about Research and Education – and that those two things required lots and lots of money – far more than Federal Funding allotted to health.

As my mom was in her final fight with cancer, I wanted to do something for Breast Cancer Research. In my life, I am lucky to be surrounded by beautiful friends in the entertainment industry, thus the idea of In The Tub was born. My mom, who was an avid amateur photographer, thought this was an onpoint idea – as many women discover that they have cancer lumps while ‘in the tub’, and many cry and think about it ‘in the tub’.

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