Case Study

British Red Cross


Celebrating 150 Years of the British Red Cross

The British Red Cross has supported people in crisis all over the world over the last 150 years. To celebrate its achievements and anniversary, the charity is preparing for a major exhibition that will focus on telling its story from the very beginning. Commissioned by Mehzebin Adam, the Curator of the British Red Cross Museum & Archives, I am in the process of photographing objects and documents from British Red Cross' collections and producing the exhibition catalogue. I am also handling exhibition panels' design and creation of a promotional video optimised for social media channels to engage the public and offer an in-depth introduction to the show. In the meantime a selection of my object photography has been used to create 150 Voices, an online exhibition that marks and shares this incredible history of kindness by telling the fascinating stories behind 150 objects from museum and archives collection. The exhibition is introduced by Prince Charles, president of the British Red Cross.

Museum & Archives | 150 Voices Online Exhibition

Museum of kindness 150 years of the British Red Cross

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