I'm delighted to be a part of the Migrate book and exhibition, in support of UNICEF'S Children of Syria Emergency Appeal.
The book and show contains never-before seen work, exploring ideas surrounding the global migration crisis. My work sits alongside that of seven other international photographers, including Jack Harries, Alice Aedy, Cyrus Mahboubian and Tom Skipp.
MIGRATE was founded in the hope of engaging fellow Londoners to have a conversation about the ongoing refugee crisis; the only rule was that the participating photographers had to use instant analogue film, which was donated by manufacturers The Impossible Project (now called Polaroid Originals). Unlike digital images, “polaroids” are physical and develop in the moment, which makes the photographer’s interaction with the subject more personal, while their small scale requires viewers to stand close and engage with the content.
The exhibition will make its first appearance at Omeara, London Bridge from 29 August to 2 September 2017, before touring.