Face of Preston – faces wanted for photography project

The Face of Preston – Drop-in sessions

For anyone who lives or works in Preston who wants to be photographed for an arts project.

Photo will be of face only.

I’m particularly interested in representing all communities in Preston – so please step forward to help me represent Preston’s diverse multi-cultural community.


Friday, June 4

11am-1pm – Preston Market (outdoor market, near the hoardings)

2.15pm-2.45pm – outside St Stephen’s Church, Bird Street, Broadgate

Saturday, June 5

11am-12pm – Preston Market (outdoor market, near the hoardings)

12.30pm-1pm – former BHS hoardings, Fishergate (opposite M&S)

These are free sessions – anyone can come along and have their photograph taken.

Reminder of the project:

The Face of Preston is a project to display four large-scale faces (approx. 2.4m high) of people who represent Preston.

The images will be displayed outdoors on the hoardings of the former BHS building on Fishergate, Preston.

There is no guarantee that your image will be one of the four chosen (but it is possible that your image could be part of a future project in Preston – I really hope this is possible).

I will have consent forms to sign before I take your photo (so that I have permission to use the photos in the project and to promote the project).

I will publish the photographs online so that you can get a copy of your image, free of charge.

I will be contacting everyone who has already expressed an interest in taking part in this project.

If you have not previously contacted me you CAN still come along to the photo sessions.

If you can’t make these session on Thursday and Friday it’s still possible I can photograph you – so do get in touch!