The Photography Movement

Photography / Conversation / Wellbeing

The Photography Movement has been founded to help all of humanity express their emotions around mental health and wellbeing by sparking conversation around the subject through the medium of photography. A picture really does speak a thousand words and photography is a universal language that stirs passions and emotions from deep within. A photograph that captures a fleeting moment in time can last forever in the memory and most people these days carry a sophisticated camera in their pockets by dint of the smartphone revolution. Please follow us on Instagram at @the_photography_movement to keep up to date with our exhibitions and events and join the conversation.

Daniel Regan Exhibition
Daniel Regan Exhibition
26/11/2018

The fourth in The Photography Movement and Exposure Gallery series, 'I Want to Live' is a project by photographer and suicide survivor, Daniel Regan, and the suicide respite centre Maytree.

David Noton exhibition
David Noton exhibition
19/11/2018

Thank you to all of our supporters who joined us for the launch of David Noton's exhibition at the Exposure Gallery. A world renowned landscape photographer and Canon ambassador, David's show 'Wa...

Refinery29 + Flora Maclean
Refinery29 + Flora Maclean
29/10/2018

On the 18th October, The Photography Movement launched the second exhibition in the Exposure Gallery series in partnership with Refinery29 and photographer Flora Maclean. Showcasing a collection ...

LAET
LAET
16/10/2018

It was a wonderful evening for the The Photography Movement on the 10th October, World Mental Health Day - seeing the students of London Academy of Excellence Tottenham coming in to see their ima...

You Brought Your Own Light
You Brought Your Own Light
13/07/2018

We were honoured that Allie Crewe was part of the Photography Movement exhibition and has continued to inspire us since with her powerful portraits and moving stories. For the Calm Photography M...

London College of Communication
London College of Communication
26/06/2018

Last week we took the Photography Movement to the London College of Communication to discuss photography and mental health along with Daniel Regan and Antonia Attwood. We wanted to hear how st...

I Want to Live
I Want to Live
18/06/2018

This Thursday, June 21st, we will be joining Daniel Ragan for the launch of his photographic exhibition, I Want to Live. The exhibition explores mental health and suicide whilst taking us on a j...

Photography x Mental Health
Photography x Mental Health
30/05/2018

Last week co-founder Steve Wallington brought TPM to the Photography x Mental Health exhibition in Amsterdam, hosted by Made By People Lab which is part of A City Made by People network. Their a...

Charlie Clift & Kate Forrester
Charlie Clift & Kate Forrester
21/05/2018

A note from co-founder Steve Wallington on his experience for Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 with Charlie Clift and Kate Forrester. "For Mental Health Awareness Week I have opened up to the...

Mental Health Awareness Week & LAE Tottenham
Mental Health Awareness Week & LAE Tottenham
14/05/2018

This Mental Health Awareness Week marks our one year anniversary since we started The Photography Movement and held The Calm Photography Movement Exhibition at the Getty Images Gallery in London....

Getty Archive
Getty Archive
13/04/2018

As part of our ongoing Youth Project with LAE Tottenham, we visited every photographer's dream - The Getty Images Archive. Located in East London, we wanted them to see the famous Hulton archi...

CALM
CALM
28/03/2018

One of our supporting male charities, CALM, have launched Project84, a campaign to raise awareness on the need for change with 84 men a week taking their own lives by suicide in the UK. That is a...

Creative in Focus
Creative in Focus
22/03/2018

https://youtu.be/v2AR1NC28Qs Co-founder Steve Wallington was invited to speak alongside the CEO of CALM at the Getty Images Creative in Focus event last week discussing the visual trends for 201...

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