Tag Archives: julian. claxton

Enjoy a coffee & immerse yourself in Africa in Norwich

The feedback for the latest installment of Give a Child a Camera continues to be extremely positive. I’m sure one or two of my students could have promising photographic careers, Thanks to those of you who were able to attend … Continue reading

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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/…/julian-claxton-uganda-a…

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Give a Child a Camera | Website Update

Give a Child a Camera | Ugandan children documenting their lives through photography Project website has been updated… please share/like if at all possible. The project only functions with the kind support from people like you! V4 – East Africa … Continue reading

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Give a Child a Camera Edinburgh exhibition is up!

Give a Child a Camera Edinburgh exhibition is up! Huge thanks to Wex Photo Video and in particular Emma and the marketing team for showing such passion for the project and for assisting & providing a great store venue. A special mention … Continue reading

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Suffolk Photography Workshop

Really excited to announce I’ll be running a workshop with the folks at Access Community Trust this summer… The photography workshop is perfect for anyone with an interest in photography and is a great opportunity to produce some wonderful photographs … Continue reading

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Give a Child a Camera | Talk | Norwich

Thanks to those of you who had booked tickets to my talk in association with WEX photographic in January. Sadly, the talk was postponed. But the fabulous news is that it has now been rescheduled for 29th March – I … Continue reading

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Give a Child a Camera website is live!

Give a Child a Camera website is live! I’m pleased to say that finally, a small website all about my African Photo Project #giveachildacamera is now live. Containing information about the project, the beginning, the sponsors and how you can … Continue reading

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It certainly is #MoreThanAnImage

It’s terrific to see that the UK’s biggest and best (IMHO) photographic retailer is using one of my documentary images from rural Uganda in their #MoreThanAnImage campaign. “Among a diverse range of photographic assignments, Julian Claxton Photography uses his craft … Continue reading

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Two Days Left |Give a Child a Camera Exhibition

If you’ve not already taken a trip to Sam’s Coffee in Lowestoft, you have just a couple of days left to visit the ‘Give a child a camera’ exhibition. Featuring the photographic work of children from Eden School, the exhibition … Continue reading

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Part II Give a Child a Camera @ Sams | Lowestoft

From Saturday 13th August part II of my Africa project ‘Give a Child a Camera’ will be on show at Sams Coffee house in Lowestoft – Children from Eden School in Uganda who were involved in part II of the … Continue reading

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