The Show and Tell Team are very grateful for the invaluable support of our sponsor Cisco and partners EyeEm, Mental Health UK, Rankin, Getty Images and Constance.
Constance have collaborated with The Photography Movement since 2018 and are proud to have designed together Show and Tell – our truly modern response to young mental health. At a time when it’s needed most, Show and Tell is a creative and positive impact campaign that delivers long-term benefits for young people.
Cisco UK is proud and honoured to support the Show and Tell project. It’s about using technology for the mental health and wellbeing of young people, and for the good of the community – two things we are passionate about at Cisco. If our involvement has helped young adults in the UK to feel better about themselves or their situation, then we are thrilled to have sponsored this program.
Mental Health UK is delighted to partner with the Show and Tell project. By taking part in a positive and creative activity such as photography, young people can help to build their confidence and reduce feelings of anxiety. We look forward to seeing all the images that will come out of this exciting project.
Canon is thrilled to be supporting The Photography Movement through the Show and Tell initiative. At Canon we are committed to encouraging creativity and empowering the next generation through visual storytelling, providing the tools and techniques to young people to enable them to tell their stories of things that really matter.
National Society for Education in Art and Design – Show and Tell could not be a more timely and needed project. Offering dynamic ways to use photography and language, its films, workshops and exhibition will help young people with their learning, their wellbeing and mental health. NSEAD are so proud to support the Show and Tell project.
IDS PictureDesk is proud to host images from the Show & Tell Exhibition, collaborating with The Photography Movement to highlight these portraits to the UK press. Photography is a powerful tool and a great way for young people to document their life and mental wellbeing during times like this. We’re happy to be part of a movement that encourages the photographers of the future.
House of Imagination supports young people to express their ideas and develop creative skills for life. Forest of Imagination, in partnership with Bath Spa University, shines a light on the importance of nature, creativity, imagination and wellbeing in all of our lives. We are delighted to support the Show and Tell project.
Understanding the important part creativity plays in supporting mental health, and how widely recognised it is as a positive outlet for expression and emotion, Untitled by Talenthouse provides a safe space for young people to express themselves creatively, helping them to raise their aspirations, grow confidence in their abilities and to build on their portfolios. We are delighted to be partnering with The Photography Movement for the Show & Tell Exhibition.
Webworks provides website design, development and management services and has worked with The Photography Movement and Constance since 2018. We are proud to be associated with The Show and Tell initiative and are thrilled with the impact the campaign has on so many young lives in such difficult times.
The Show and Tell team
Creative Director – Steve Wallington
Programme Director – Nicole Elias
Executive Producer – Rebecca Morris
Head of School Development – Kate Hudson
Producer – Lucinda Cottrell
Project Assistant – Carlota Lança de Morais
Senior Designer – Tom Shepherd-Barron
Social Media & Communications
The Tom Sawyer Effect
Our special thanks to:
Sarah Eccleston, Mark Alani, Rankin, Helen Gillbe, Scott Shillum, Lillian Betty, Rod Howells, Daniel Regan, Ali MacCallum, Robin Warren, Chris Brooks, Chris Latham, Jack Delaney, Ellen Clipson, Kenza Dairi, Emma Roffey, Carla Faria, Russell Minahan, Rhiannon Dodson-Edwards, Sophie Leach, Lizz Lewis, Toni Medcalf and Michele Gregson.
The Cisco Photography Awards
We are absolutely thrilled to reward a selection of schools and young people across the UK with a professional photography pack to encourage further mindful photography practice.