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.