Half Term Workshop

This February I ran a series of photography workshops for Nimble Arts, training 60 kids aged 4 to 11 to become roving little photographers for Nimble News.

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Photography students exhibition

First students’ exhibition coming up at The Apothecary Gallery! Details here.

Private View: Tuesday 26th February 5 – 7pm
Exhibition Runs:  Tuesday 26th February – Saturday 9th March 2013

© Wedad El-Janoudi

Every year Apothecary Gallery works with students studying art at our local colleges to present a series of exhibitions of their work. We hope you will be able to join us for the exhibitions, view some exciting art and meet these talented young artists. This is a great opportunity to support our local community and young people.

Exhibition at Number 22

I will be showing some of my work at Number 22 Bar and restaurant in Herne Hill, South London.

Opening Event: Wednesday 27th February 6pm – 8pm – All welcome

Exhibition runs: 27th February – 21st April 2013

Number 22 is open from 5pm – 11pm Wednesday to Sunday

The exhibition will feature hand painted liquid emulsion prints from my Beirut project as well as newly printed images from the Nunhead series.

All work will be on sale. 10% off all sales will go towards buying resources and materials for a series of photography workshops I’ll be delivering this April with young people in Uganda. This project is ran through All Our Children a UK-based charity.


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Nunhead Cemetery © Estelle Vincent‪

Number 22

22 Half Moon Lane

‪Dulwich, London SE24 9HU

Tel: 020 7095 9922

Films and cameras needed

This April I will have the opportunity to spend two weeks volunteering for All Our Children, running photography workshops with young people in Uganda. Unfortunatly we’re in need of photographic equipment!!!! So if you have or know anyone who does have any spare 35mm compact cameras, disposable cameras and / or 35mm film (black and white, colour or even slide which could be out of date as they’ll be cross processed), contact me.

**ALL DONATIONS VERY WELCOME** Spread the word and let me know if you can help. Merci.

The Sketchbook Project

I’ve decided to partake in The Sketchbook Project this year, although it’s a bit late in the process so I find myself with only a couple of months to create my year in a photo log. I’ve decided to include a mixture of personal projects, found imagery and some of the series I’ve been producing as part of my new job: documenting students’ artworks and taking their portraits. Checking the post …. can’t wait to get started!

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Photos source 

The Sketchbook Project is a global, crowd-sourced art project where participants from all walks of life are sent a sketchbook and have until January 15th to fill the pages and return it for inclusion in a traveling exhibition and permanent collection at The Brooklyn Art Library. More details here from the Brooklyn Art Library’s Inclusive Gallery.

The end of a beautiful 10 weeks

For the last ten weeks I’ve been running Mighty Mega photography project assisted by illustrator Cristina Bueno. The great work created by the participants from week to week leading to the final exhibition can be found here along with some recordings of the young ones’ experiences. Enjoy!

Working with Sophia and Karolina © Photo Asya Gefter

The Mighty Mega Saturday Club is a club for children with disabilities/SEN and their families/carers run by Discover Children’s Story Centre. The club is free to join and provides children with opportunities to take part in different creative activities.

Not Our Class Issue #1

Nice article on a portrait workshop I assisted with a couple of months back. Issue one of Not Our Class, (which is available online) is a newsletter/reader produced as part of a new education programme of the same name led by Studio Voltaire. Through research and practice Not Our Class takes the work of Jo Spence as a starting point for investigating the legacy and potentials of her work in relation to contemporary culture, life and pedagogy.


The above workshop took place at Lambeth Women’s Project (LWP) which is a voluntary, not-for-profit organisation that provides a women-run space dedicated to women’s services. The Lambeth Women’s Project is currently under treat as it has recently been given 2 weeks to leave what has been its home of over 3 decades. You can help by signing the petition to SAVE LWP HERE or simply go and picket, go and occupy, go and help LWP stay where it belongs, details here.