The Studio_M For Change initiative began as a personal journey to India, initiated by Ollie who wanted to head to India to capture stories of child labour. We decided that the upcoming World Day Against Child Labour would be the perfect way to bring our work back to our beautiful island community. We wanted to showcase our images and Will’s film, and thought: we have the perfect people and a great space, so why not host an exhibition right here, at our little creative hub of The Studio_M?Read More
One of the only countries in the world to keep their fish resources at a constant, the Sultan of Oman banned trawler fishing and dredging 15-20 years ago. No close-shore commercial fishing is allowed, enabling villagers to catch the fresh higher numbers of fish in local waters.Read More
Discovering that the Sambhar salt flats are the largest inland salt flats in India, we set out at 5am from the Sambhar Heritage Resort to capture the workers at sunrise. However, it turned out that they work the standard 9am-5pm... So we grabbed some more sleep and had a little snooze under a nearby tree, whilst waiting for the working day to begin.Read More
It is estimated that there are around 152 million children in slavery around the world.
GoodWeave is an incredible example of a non-profit organisation who don’t have the resources to create and disperse their own content. We feel passionate about creating imagery and video for these types of companies, as they work for an extraordinary cause and put so much time and effort in for free.