I’m happy to announce I have been photographed for an ongoing exhibition and book by the talented photographer Chris Jepson. The project celebrated queer identity and diversity and it is now showing in London.

Over 300 portraits from The Identity Project are now on show in London’s prestigious Barbican Centre.
I am delighted to announce my first London installation of the Identity Project is open now and on display all this month!
Located in the foyer of the Barbican Library Barbican & Community Libraries] in London’s iconic @BarbicanCentre, I have installed over 300 portraits – my biggest installation to date – in a 2m x 1m glass vitrine – my smallest space to date!
Free hanging on rainbow ribbons, visitors can view the portraits from all directions and look through the multiple layers of our glorious LGBTQ+ community, then scan the qr code to find out more.
The installation is part of the Re:Framed exhibition by the @cityoflondon_photographic Society, and is open 4th-26th October during normal library hours.
more info: https://theidentityproject.co.uk/barbican

Barbican Installation

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