May 03 2017

LGBT Photo Shoot #OUTCOME – May 17, 2017

Harrow Council has teamed up with photographer Tom Dingley to celebrate the diversity of Harrow as part of his #OUTCOME project. Some of Toms work was exhibited earlier earlier in the year for LGBT History Month.

To mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and transphobia, Tom returns with pop-up studio for Harrow LGBT+ residents and visitors to get involved and add themselves to the growing number of Outcome portraits.

Outcome is a photographic portrait project, representing the notion that it gets better. That we grow up, come out and live our successful lives as out adults. Each sitter holds their childhood photograph, showing who they once were, to the person they are now. It is still so important to be proud of who you are, and show others they can be
proud of themselves too. Each portrait stands as a role model throughout the community, in all walks of life and positions.

Meet photographer Tom Dingley, to discuss the project and be photographed. You will need to arrive ready to be photographed, dressed in your work clothes (with tools/accessories if necessary) or representing a hobby/passion of yours.

Also, please bring the all important childhood photograph of yourself. Any size is OK as a copy will also be taken.

The studio session will take place on Wednesday 17th May from 10am to 4pm, in Committee Rooms 1&2 at the Civic Centre. There will also be various activities, exhibitions and information stalls from LGBT charities and organisations.

Please do get in touch to suggest a time that is best for you, or to ask any questions at equalities@harrow.gov.uk and Tom Dingley: tom_dingley@hotmail.co.uk or on Twitter @OutcomeLGBT

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