My name is Phillip Jeffrey. I am a UBC MSc grad.

Living with Multiple Myeloma (rare, incurable, blood cancer).

From Feb-Nov 2013 I was on Velcade chemo + dexamethasone treatment.

Complete remission from Nov 2013 - July 2014. Pomalidomide chemo + dexamethasone (Pom/dex) begins Feb 2015.

I use photography for health and healing.

You can follow my Cancer adventures on my blog:

My previous photo project is called Cancer 365, in which I will shared 365 creative photographs that represent what it is like to have cancer.

News Media: feel free to use any CC licensed photo, but you must give photo attribution to me - Phillip Jeffrey - Failure to do so, will result in consequences.

You don't need to ask permission, but I'd appreciate a comment or an email letting me know how/where you used the photograph.

If you use a photo for any purpose, I'd love to know about it too so please send me a message or write a comment.


My toys are a Canon EOS 450D (Rebel XSi) I call Sebastien, and a Canon 50mm 1.4 USM.

I am always willing to learn from other photographers. Let's chat.

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Photos used online
1. Oral Proteasome Inhibitor Could Improve Multiple Myeloma Treatment - Asian Scientist

2. 37 Signs you sent to UBC - Huff Post BC

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    svacher says:

    "Phillip makes me smile and laugh at the same time. I'm going to call his trick a smaugh."

    December 13th, 2007

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    joelf says:

    "Never a dull moment around Phillip, except that one hour. We don't talk about that hour."

    November 23rd, 2005

Phillip Jeffrey
April 2005
Vancouver, Canada
I am:
Male and Single
Multiple Myeloma Patient
Fade to Play
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