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My photo is featured as part of #HoldStill2020
I am absolutely delighted to announce that my portrait of Annemarie Plas, the founder of the Clap for Our Carers, that was taken on the last night of the clap has been chosen as one of the 100 images featured in the #HoldStill2020 digital exhibition!
My photo will feature in a gallery without walls - a one-of-a-kind digital exhibition - that launches today!
This digital exhibition is presented by The Duchess of Cambridge and National Portrait Gallery in the UK. 31,598 images were submitted and mine was one of the only 100 chosen photos.
Thank you to the amazing judging panel for their hard work selecting the photos: Nicholas Cullinan, Director of the National Portrait Gallery, Lemn Sissay MBE, writer and poet, Ruth May, Chief Nursing Officer for England and Maryam Wahid, photographer, and The Duchess of Cambridge.
This is an incredible honour and I'm speechless and grateful for knowing that my photo is part of the time capsule from what was a remarkable time in the UK. I hope it conveys the feeling of finding the light moments in the darkness.
You can see my portrait, read my caption and view the full exhibition below!
SW London Stays Home
I took doorstep portraits in these remarkable times to raise money to support key workers
I'm here to capture your story
I am a passionate photographer, a creative graphic designer and a massive fan of sharing everyone’s and especially women’s stories. I have worked across Australia, Africa and Europe and am currently based in London.
My current project has been taking photos around south-west London to raise money for an NHS charity. I raised over £3500 with #SWLondonStaysHome for local charities!
My series, The Ladies Collection, features 130+ photos and interviews, showcasing women I have come across in my life. There have been three exhibitions of the series and the first 123 women feature in the published collection, The Ladies: Volume 1.