The Photography Movement’s projects are expertly designed to promote open conversations and better understanding around mental health.
A carefully curated programme of photography exhibitions, workshops and talks, encourage individuals of all ages to compose, connect and communicate.
SHOW AND TELL PROJECT
Brought to you by The Photography Movement and Cisco, Show and Tell spotlights the all-important topic of mental health in the young, asking the simple but often overlooked question: how are you feeling?
LET’S TALK EXHIBITION
In collaboration with photographer Charlie Clift and Mental Health UK, The Photography Movement presents ‘Let’s Talk’.
In partnership with Canon UK, The Photography Movement took residence in the Exposure Gallery, London.
The Photography Movement workshop programme educates young people through school and university curriculums – employing senior academics and therapeutic photography experts to illustrate the positive link between photography and mental health.
LLOYDS OF LONDON EXHIBITION
The Lloyd’s of London & The Photography Movement workplace initiative (13th -22nd Nov 2017). A photography brief was promoted company wide, encouraging employees to connect by composing and sharing their own images.
GETTY IMAGES EXHIBITION
The launch of The Photography Movement in 2017, in partnership with the male suicide prevention charity CALM, Getty Images and Unilever. A national photography campaign and call-to-action invited both professional and amateur photographers to submit photos exploring ‘modern day masculinity’.