Be Part of ‘The New British’ – Photographic Portraits of London Migrant Families

Chris Steele-Perkins Afghanistan Migrant Family

Renowned British photographer Chris Steele-Perkins, with work in the Tate, the V&A and the National Portrait Gallery, is collecting a series of portraits of migrant families from around the world living in London, UK entitled: The New British.

Chris takes photos of families in their homes, to enforce the idea of residency to highlight their contribution and the role they play in the unique identity of London.

Be part of something big! Chris is looking to photograph people living in London who are from all countries of the world to collect family portraits (whatever family means to someone).

Are you or your parents not originally from the UK, but now you live here? You could qualify for the project! 

Find out how to participate and be photographed for Chris Steele-Perkins project on Migreat

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