Kate Forrester and photographer Charlie Clift collaborate on the Let’s Talk exhibition in partnership with Mental Health UK
Kate hand lettered people’s own experiences with mental health onto their faces. The charity has released a series of 17 portraits of regular people and some well known faces such as Alastair Campbell, Sue Perkins, Anna Richardson, Bryony Gordon, and Jordan Stephen, all people who have been brave enough to talk about their experiences with mental health problems of all kinds.
Charlie and Forrester both hope to inspire others to open up about their own mental health through these powerful images. Let’s Talk was created in partnership with Mental Health UK.
The free outdoor exhibition, supported by British Land, launches at Regent’s Place and will be on display from 8th – 20th October, before moving to Broadgate, next to Liverpool Street Station, from 22nd – 27th October and finally Paddington Central from 29th October – 10th November.
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Find out more at http://www.letstalkcampaign.com