As Artist and Photographer in Residence I devised and ran a photography project with young people and children in the Cardiac Wing of Great Ormond Street Hospital. Some of the young people and children were in patients and some were taking part whilst in the waiting areas of the wards (Badger Ward and Dinosaur Ward). They were shown a variety of inspirational photography and invited to take self portraits (or selfies) as well as capture images of their surroundings prior to the demolition of the building. The young people and children took photographs from their own point of view and the images are now exhibited on the Cardiac Wing hoardings on three floors of the hospital.
Recently I visited the hospital again to take some photographs of the hoardings, see below. More coming soon…
Image credits: Olivia Hemingway / Children at Great Ormond Street Hospital / GOSH Go Create! project.
Check it out: my pictures also feature in this online version of the Independent New Review article as part of the photography series I’m working on with the Mayhew Animal Home.
A really good read: The Independent
My photographic project is in the Independent on Sunday New Review today. A centrefold 3 page spread on the Mayhew Animal Home’s visits to elderly care homes, Therapaws. This is an ongoing photography series I’m working on and it was great to have writer Craig McLean join me on the latest visit. Check out the article in the Independent today.