This exhibition illustrates the latest work of this Suffolk based photographer 's most recent project teaching photography to children in Uganda.
Working with a group of children whose mothers are largely sex workers on the Ugandan/Rwanda border, this new project has without doubt been one of the most moving to date. This insightful, vibrant and truthful collection of images documents the children’s lives using their own photographs.
Julian Claxton is an award-winning photographer based on the Suffolk Coast whose day job is creating visuals for a range of clients, working across the UK in the corporate, editorial and social documentary industries. Documentary projects has seen Julian work with political parties, non-league football clubs and the medical industry, creating emotive bodies of work, featuring in national online & print media.
However, his real passion within photography is creating images in Africa, visuals which have led to national recognition and ultimately the creation of Give a Child a Camera – The African photographic project.