Photographs from my Going Lucid exhibition published in Discover Magazine issue May/June 2023
Going Lucid project is now available to see and read about online.
Click here to go to see and read about the project.
New exhibition opening in August.
‘Meditation’ is now available to view online.
Click here where you can read all about the project, view the photographs and donate to the charities which the project is in aid for.
Below are some photographs from the ‘Meditation’ live exhibition which opened in Norwich, UK, on 10th of November 2017 for four days.
Thank you for your time,
Over 2 years in the works, my next project is ready to exhibit!
Meditation is a photography exhibition that presents a diverse series of portraits of people meditating, as a means to provoke thought about our being, whilst also aiming to emphasise wholeness.
Portraits of all kinds of people, in all kinds of places, all meditating.
This Exhibition is a fundraiser for two local food banks to me, The Norwich Soup Movement and The Peoples’ Picnic.
Please click here –> http://bit.ly/2yRwQcr - for full details on the event.
The show will be viewable online shortly after the 14th of November with the ability to donate online to the charities mentioned above.
Hope to see you there! All welcome!
If you can’t make it to Norwich then please do check out the online exhibition. I’ll post online when it’s ready to view so if you don’t already do so, please like my Facebook page and/or follow me on Twitter.
Just recently, and why this post has been delayed so long since the books launch - as I’ve been waiting for confirmation on this before writing this post, The Norwich Soup Movement photography book is now available for free at the Norfolk & Norwich Millennium Library. It was a long process to get the book into the library and now it’s finally there, so money aside, anyone can pick up a copy and learn about The Norwich Soup Movement. You can find a copy in the Photography section as well as the Norwich Heritage section.
Money back in the picture - Since the launch The Norwich Soup Movement photography book has helped raise over £600 for the food bank, and can still be purchased from The Book Hive book shop and Aroma coffee bar in Norwich. All the proceeds go to The Norwich Soup Movement so if you’d like to make a purchase please visit either The Book Hive or Aroma. Please note that the book cannot be purchased online.
Big thank you to Aroma for hosting the Launch and stocking the books, Ducking Punches for performing at the launch, The Book Hive for agreeing to take the book on, Stephen Bunfrey at BBC Radio Norfolk for having me on his show and to all that have purchased a copy and helped support this project, I can’t find the words to express how much it means to us, but just know that it means a lot.
Photographic project I undertook documenting The Norwich Soup movement from November 2014 to March 2015.
The project eventually materialised into an exhibition to help raise awareness for The Norwich Soup Movement and to also help benefit their cause.
Click here to see the online gallery of the exhibited Photographs.
The Norwich Soup Movement is a non profit Norwich based organisation of volunteers who aim to support a wide range of people through their on-street soup kitchen. Whether you be homeless, hungry, rough sleeping or even just struggling to afford to feed yourself, the Norwich Soup Movement won’t hesitate to help you without judgement. You come, they serve. Honest, transparent help.
The exhibition helped raise funds for The Norwich Soup Movement and also helped to achieve new volunteers for their on-street soup kitchen.
Here’s a video a good friend of mine and buddying creative, Catherine Bridgman, made about the exhibition - you can see more of her work here catherinebridgman.co.uk.
Below are a few snaps taken from the exhibitions opening night.
Very special thanks to all the volunteers who make the Norwich Soup Movement happen.
Thank you to Dale Richards and Tasha Wellstead for assisting with the curating and hanging of the exhibition.
Thank you to all who showed their support and helped promote the exhibition, and to
all that managed to attend the opening night and/or any other of the days the exhibition was open.
Thank you to Marcus Williams, and everyone who ran Stew Gallery at 40 Fishergate Norwich, for providing a brilliant
Thank you to Rob and everyone at Hussey Knights Printing Services, Norwich, for working with me to produce the prints for the exhibition.