Humans of Hammersmith & Fulham
Celebrating our incredible population
Throughout 2019, our team will roam the borough photographing and interviewing people to form an exhibition of hundreds of residents and workers representing the diversity of Hammersmith & Fulham.
We are calling for you to take part, no matter who you are. You will be invited to the exhibition launch and see yourself in this collection. You will also receive a print copy of your portrait photograph.
How to take part
If you want to be part of this project click here to let us know more about you, mentioning that you want to be a Human of Hammersmith & Fulham. We will respond as soon as possible. We photograph about once a month, and particularly encourage responses from residents and workers in Sands End, Fulham Reach, College Park & Old Oak, Wormholt & White City.
About the photographer
Nahwand Jaff is a freelance photographer focussing on social and cultural lifestyles around the globe.
“From an early age I have been travelling across the world finding complete awe in the unknown. Photography is a tool of mine which has sent me to the most beautiful places as well as some of the darkest and forgotten. My aim is to draw inspiration to social change whilst highlighting the similarities and differences of the human race.”
Where will the photograph be taken?
Anywhere that is available without interruptions. It could be your place of work or a public space, such as a park, library or your high street.
What will you ask in the interview?
A small number of questions; for example, about your life or your favourite memory of the borough. It varies for each individual.
How long will it take?
A typical session is 5-15 minutes long, depending on light conditions.
I’m under 18, can I take part?
Only if your parent or guardian attends, understands what the image is going to be used for, and completes a consent form in writing.