Our directors and associates are skilled practitioners in the fields of ethical and inclusive photographic and moving image production, visual storytelling, communication, design, exhibition curation.

We provide bespoke training and consultancy to NGOs, cultural and educational institutions, schools or community groups that meet your needs.

* Bespoke training can be delivered in English, French or Spanish. Face- to-face or online training and troubleshooting, gathering different countries globally.


Do you want to use participatory photography within your work, research or project and you need advice and guidance? We can provide

  • Practical advice to your organisation in designing a participatory photography process and provide remote troubleshooting for field staff delivering a project.

  • Design, manage and implement a participatory photography process to suit your objectives, to adapt to the local practicalities and constraints and to the needs of the community you are working with.

  • Accompany you with the consent process and dissemination

  • Face to face or online.


If you want your organisation and project to look reliable, trustworthy and professional, your branding and visual images need to be outstanding and meet professional standards.

We understand that some of you can not afford to commission a professional photographer/videographer each time but we can provide you the basic necessary knowledge and tips to enable to create better images and sound with consistency.

  • Basic photography /video/ sound / interviews skills 

  • Equipment advise according to your needs 

  • Basic photo/video/sound editing 

  • File management 

  • Consent and ethics


Are you a community organiser, an artist, a researcher, an NGO staff, a development worker, a therapist?

We can deliver bespoke training in participatory photography methodology which would include:

  • facilitation skills

  • basic photography skills

  • ethics and consent process & risk assessment,

  • project design, evaluation,

  • exhibition curation, dissemination.

We can also create a new group if there is enough interest.

Face to face or online.



How to provide a fair and ethical representation of the communities and issues you work with? These stories should serve the communities.

Have you thought about the impact that the harm that the publication of a story could have on the community or person?

Is the person you are portraying aware of where the story will be published? Do they have a say in the editing of the images and text?

Are they passive subjects or active collaborators?Why are you telling that story?

So many questions to take into consideration. This is why we are part of the Dignified Storytelling Alliance to be part of the ethical conversation and share them with you.



Do you want to find new ways of engaging with children in your classrooms? 

We can provide training in:

  • ESOL & Photography

  • Numeracy Through Photography for Key Stage 2-3

  • Literacy Through Photography from Reception Class

  • Intro of Learning Through Photography

  • Bespoke training in how to use photography and images in your teaching practice tailored to your age group and curriculum, to the logistic limitations of your school, and to your time.


Consent is a process, not a one-time event.

Do you explain to people that they own their stories?

Sometimes people change their minds. Sometimes their situation changes, and using their story may put them in danger.

What informed consent process do you use?

We can support you in

  • reflecting and revisiting  your consent practice,

  • designing consent forms in different formats,

  • thinking about the ethics and risks of story gathering.




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