FEAR, Caitlyn, age 18
FREE, Bradley, age 15
DISMANTLED, Armand, age 10
JUMBLED, Max, age18
ISOLATED, Joshua, age 16
WORLD FLIPPED UPSIDE DOWN, Jessica, age 17
UNEMPLOYABLE, Fawziya, age 15
how are you feeling?
#MyPhotoMyFeeling is a movement to reveal how young people across the nation are feeling today, via the largest youth-led photography exhibition ever run in the UK.
You simply say how you’re feeling, take a shot that represents the emotion and share it with us to enter.
Your work could be picked out by a top professional photographer and be featured on billboards across the country. Plus, you will give yourself a wellbeing boost in the process!
More than 20,000 young people shared their images and emotions in 2020. More importantly, there was some amazing photography shared, expressing nearly every emotion going.
Connect with your inner self. Improve your mental health. Hone your visual creativity.
Meet The Judges
Delighted to announce our judging panel for the upcoming #MyPhotoMyFeeling exhibition
How are you feeling? Submissions are now OPEN! for the #MyPhotoMyFeeling exhibition
We are very grateful for the press and media support that Show and Tell has received…
We are very grateful for the support from our sponsor Cisco Webex and all the Show and Tell partners; Mental Health UK, EyeEm, Constance and Getty Images….
Join the #MyPhotoMyFeeling exhibition
We invite all 10-18 year olds to practice their mindful photography skills and submit their images and emotions to the #My Photo My Feeling exhibition. We will reveal how young people across the nation are feeling today, via the largest youth-led photography collection ever run in the UK.
The brief is simple; say how you’re feeling, take a shot that represents the emotion and share it with us to enter.
Submissions open now until the 24th February.
“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.”
“At a time when honest conversations and creative exploration have never been more critical, we are honoured to the fuel the Show and Tell initiative with a digital space where emerging photography talent can openly share their unique perspectives on the topic of mental health.” EyeEm
“Constance are proud to have built a truly modern response to mental health in collaboration with The Photography Movement. 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”
“Working with TPM in our first year of setting up a brand new school enabled us to firmly establish the importance of supporting student mental health and to allow all students the opportunity and space to tap into their incredible creativity; we were overwhelmed with student numbers wanting to be involved.” London School of Excellence Tottenham
“As a supporter of The Photography Movement since it’s inception, Getty Images are once again delighted to be involved with the ground-breaking Show and Tell initiative helping kids from 11 to 18 to take better photos and share their stories”
“I firmly believe that as a pastoral lead it is my duty to ensure that every child feels happy and safe in school. The Show and Tell Project has given me an excellent platform to encourage pupils to express themselves through imagery. I started it with my classes and small groups before promoting Show and Tell on a whole school basis” Lisa Ward, teacher at Maesteg School