Exhibition Open! Come to the Playhouse….

Really pleased to announce Give a Child a Camera 2018 exhibition is open… I Finished installing the work last night at the wonderful Norwich Playhouse. The exhibition features the work of 7-15 year old students who were part of #Giveachildacamera 2018 and a collection of my own images from a documentary meeting & understanding those with HIV inContinue reading “Exhibition Open! Come to the Playhouse….”

Norwich Exhibition | Give a Child a Camera

Lovely PR for my Africa photo project Give a Child a Camera & the forthcoming exhibition at Norwich Playhouse Huge thanks to the lovely team at TMS Media for providing PR support for the project #giveachildacamera #africa #uganda #norwich #exhibition #photography http://www.lowestoftjournal.co.uk/news/julian-claxton-uganda-africa-photographic-exhibition-norwich-1-5739025

V3 is over – WHAT A PROJECT!

Give a Child a Camera 2018 has certainly been an emotional rollercoaster thus far. Working with the inspirational children at the Uganda/Rwanda border has provided challenges, tears, smiles and some great imagery. It’s always difficult meeting a group of kids for the first time, especially when they have come from such hard backgrounds. A fewContinue reading “V3 is over – WHAT A PROJECT!”

The first sessions of the day for Give a Child a Camera

The first sessions of the day for Give a Child a Camera were in the Ugandan border town of Katuna, working with a truly amazing group of young people, many of whom have HIV, but are being supported by the tireless work of MARPs ( an organisation who i have partnered with that provides health,Continue reading “The first sessions of the day for Give a Child a Camera”