Some of my work is currently exhibited at the @richmixlondon alongside the work of @joeyldotcom. The show runs from the 23 Jan - 27 Feb.
The Water Effect collects work by Joey Lawrence and Guilhem Alandry, acclaimed photographers commissioned by the international charity WaterAid for two of their fundraising appeals.
Lawrence’s series focuses on the people of Tombohuaun, a remote community in Sierra Leone who had no water, while Alandry’s series celebrates a troupe of travelling performers in Segou, Mali who promote good hygiene.
Through community collaboration, the photographers show people’s lives in the global water crisis with respect and dignity.
Interpreting classic West African photography, subjects are given space to take control of their image and introduce narrative through personal objects, while backdrops reference their unique locations and cultures – from banana leaves in Tombohuaun, to local cloth in Segou.