British Journal of Photography presents Portrait of Britain 2017, the nation’s biggest photography exhibition showcasing the many faces of modern Britain.
In partnership with JCDecaux and Nikon, Portrait of Britain showcased the work of its selected photographers on a network of digital screens throughout the country, from rail stations and airports, to shopping malls and high streets.
Chosen from almost 8000 entries, the selection centre on individuals: ordinary citizens engaged in their everyday lives, celebrated in public view across the country.
The exhibition displayed across digital network of screens from 1st – 30th September 2017.
My selected image was from the series Madonna & Child which presents the unique and often difficult stories of mothers through portraiture. Featuring a whole range of women, the project captures the many ways in which one can be a mother and the diversity of mother-child relationships.