See What I See - Photographic insights into African life through the eyes of 18 Gambian students.
Please get in touch if you are interested in buying a copy!
The book has an interactive element and personal touch, in that it comes as a package containing 3 postcard photographs and 4 photo corners, you can then attach to the cover a photograph of your choice with the photo corners provided. Please email me a photograph of your personalised book covers, I would love to see them!
Book design: Silvia Weber (www.silviaweber.at)
Please come along to the exhibition!
Private View: 30 September 6.00pm - 9.00pm
Exhibition open: 23 September - 16 October 10.00am - 5.00pm (closed sundays)
Well Gallery - London College of Communication, SE1 6SB
I am trying to print and publish a book of the Gambian students’ photographs entitled 'See What I See' which I have spent more than 6 months developing and I need your help to fund the printing.
The fundraising is through Kickstarter who operate an ‘all or nothing’ funding policy. I have to raise £1500 by September 1st otherwise no money is taken and the book will not be printed. Would you be interested in making a pledge towards the project? Every amount helps and there are only 9 days left to reach my target!
All contributors are invited to the exhibition of the photographs in London in September and there are other rewards depending on how much you are able to contribute!
Please take a look at the Kickstarter project, ‘See What I See’:
In November 2012 several workshops took place in The Gambia and taught 18 students between the ages of 16 and 21 at Gambia Senior Secondary School in Banjul the basics of photography in relation to themselves and their environment. They discussed the techniques employed by famous photographers to capture the attention and the imagination of the audience, whilst also conveying a message or expression; they also did practical exercises using photographic technology that produced immediate results.
This is a short film of the workshops that is going to help support a Kickstarter campaign contributing to the printing costs of the book of the Gambian students photographs.