PhotoVoice

How Photography Helped me: Yvonne J Foster
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Photography has therapeutic benefits that can provide catharsis for those who need it. Brighton based artist, Yvonne J Foster has used photography as an important emotional release. As someone living with depression, her self-portraits enable self-love and care. In support of International Survivors...
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Ten Questions with… Robert Shults
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PhotoVoice interviewed documentary photographer, Robert Shults on his photography and passion for the medium.
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The Big Give Christmas Challenge
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Following the release of our new strategy and efforts to promote the use of ethical photography we are hoping to launch, ‘Is That Image Ethical?’ a campaign to rebuke exploitative NGO and charity imagery. But we need your help! This #GivingTuesday...
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Thank you for having supported PhotoVoice this past year. Last year, 90% of our income was spent on our projects and communications work, and our focus is always on project delivery rather than fundraising, so we’re reliant on supporters like yourself to...
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PhotoVoice Exhibits at the London Photo Show
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We are delighted to be exhibiting the winners of the PhotoVoice photography competition at the London Photo Show this week. The London Photo Show brings together photographers of different specialisms and styles under one roof at the Strand Gallery in...
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How Photography Helped me: Celine Marchbank
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Photography has therapeutic benefits that can provide catharsis for those who need it. During her Masters degree at the London College of Communication Celine Marchbank used photography to capture the last moments she had with her mother before she passed. ...
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And the Winner is… Elliot Sheppard
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The sixth PhotoVoice photography competition in partnership with Professional Photography magazine, was inspired by an image from the PhotoVoice project ‘Side by Side’. Photographers were asked to submit up to six images inspired by the theme ‘Tolerance’. Kate O'Neill, Marketing...
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Ten Questions with… Louis Quail
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PhotoVoice interviewed the renowned documentary photographer, Louis Quail on his photography and passion for the medium.
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Why is your English so good?
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Daniel Adams' collaborative photography project 'Why is your English So good' shines a light on racism in the UK and Ireland to provoke discussion and promote positive social change.  Being an international student in a foreign country can be challenging - language barriers,...
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How Photography helped me: Jessica Hardy
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Photography has therapeutic benefits that can provide catharsis for those who need it. Jessica Hardy has used photography as a from of self help to better understand her relationship with bulimia. Jessica's photographs revisit past memories and confront the present in...
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