An Exhibition of Photographs to celebrate LGBT History Month 2017
I was recently commissioned by Pinsent Masons, a large international law firm, to create a collection of portraits of 23 members of the LGBT community in the UK who have played an important part in LGBT history – in parliament, the law, the arts or more generally – but who do not always receive the recognition they deserve. Each portrait is accompanied by a short first person text.
The portraits and texts are displayed prominently in the foyer of their London HQ to mark
LGBT History Month, the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality,
and Pinsent Masons’ recent ranking as the second highest employer in the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index
in England, Wales and Scotland.
You can sample the portraits and texts in the pdf by clicking the link here
(please note this document is a 7MB pdf)
You can see the portrait display, during normal Office Hours, in the foyer at Pinsent Masons London HQ until Mid March at:
30 Crown Place
(very near to Liverpool St Station)