WFWN in the media

With a footfall of nearly 2000, the work from the exhibition ‘Where from? Where now?’ reached hundreds of thousands more through coverage in national and international media.

Alongside listings including Time Out, Metro, Guardian and Inside Housing, the work was featured in online and print media including BBC and ITV, as well as in homeless-sector specific media such as CONNECT – the quarterly magazine for the umbrella body Homeless Link and on their blog.  I was also invited to appear on ITV London Tonight on the six o’clock news during the exhibition itself.

The exhibition will continue to reach people as it was designed to be a traveling exhibition for use by St Mungo’s.  On close of the exhibition, the entire show was donated to the homelessness charity to support their women’s strategy that aims to improve the support and services available to homeless women, so that they are able to rebuild their lives and achieve their potential.

Here are some of the publications (Click on the image to see the article/feature):

Photogallery on BBC London News

ITV – In Pictures

CONNECT – The Magazine of the homelessness sector (plus blog)

The Justice Gap

Firecracker – online platform supporting european women photographers. November feature.

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