My Manchester is a photography project working with people affected by or with experience of homelessness or displacement who call Manchester home. Through Manchester-based organisations The Booth Centre and the Boaz Trust, the project works with people directly affected by homelessness and encourages them to tell their story of the city through the lens of a camera. The resulting work will be exhibited across the city and shows the highs and lows, light and dark, visible and invisible sides of Manchester from the perspective of some of its citizens with the most important sides of its story to tell.
I produced branding and exhibition materials for two consecutive shows.
This was a Symmetry Creative project.