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 the supporters evening on the 4th November – it was lovely to chat and explain some of the work and I’m really pleased it seems to have gone down well.

The exhibition is on until the 1st December, plenty of time to pop into the lovely Playhouse, view the work, read the stories behind the images and have a coffee – unwind, relax and immerse yourself in Africa.


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 to document and enhance the lives of schoolchildren in rural Africa.

Part of Julian’s Give a Child a Camera project, the image below shows the intense and moving scenes of morning prayer at a community school in Uganda. #MoreThanAnImage

Check out the Wex Photographic facebook page for further details https://www.facebook.com/wexphotographic/photos/a.292023697496180.81768.279671355398081/1271031222928751/?type=3&theater

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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 tells the story of children from this rural part of Africa through their own images.

if you would like to find out more about the project or to donate to the project please visit http://www.julianclaxtonphotography.com/give-a-child-a-camera-photography-to-children-in-rural-africa/

Providing Photography to Rural Africa

When Julian Claxton chanced upon a rural Ugandan school, he ended up giving 25 children the gift of photography. He tells the story”

Read the story of how I am providing photography to rural Africa in the blog post I have written for Wex Photographic..