This was a participatory photography project in which I collaborated with services users of Kensington Fields Community Centre and Kensington Community Learning Centre.
The project explored their achievements and aspirations and sought to see if these were linked to place of birth. Over several months, I worked with the residents on aspects of photography and digital imaging such as portraiture, visual literacy, photomontage and editing.
This resulted in a photozine being produced on the issue of social mobility, which was displayed as part of LOOK/11, Liverpool’s first International Photography Festival in 2011.
The photozine is an unique presentation of the participants’ lives, in particular elderly people living in the Kensington area of Liverpool.