1000 Faces Complete!
The Faces project is a unique collection of portraits of
people in E17, celebrating the local area and the rich diversity
of people who live, work and visit here. The pictures are all
taken locally, mainly in the square or shopping mall. Everyone
is asked their permission before being photographed and children
are only included with parents present.
After 18 month's work, all the portraits for the 1000 Faces
of Walthamstow have now been taken. The portraits are being
exhibited in the Town Square from Mon Aug 7 to Sun Aug 13. All
1000 will be shown together, each at A4 size, making a wall
of images 120 foot long and 6 foot high. There will be live
DJs each evening between 6 and 8pm. Everyone who has been photographed
for the project is invited to come to the square on Fri Aug
11th at 7pm, to have a chance to meet the other participants,
celebrate the project, and share a glass of wine or soft drink.
The 1000 portraits are now on the website. If your picture is
one of them, many thanks. I look forward to seeing you at the
Exhibition Dates: Mon Aug 7 to Sun Aug 13
Exhibition Times: 10am to 8pm
Venue: Walthamstow Town Square
Nearest tube: The town square is 5 min walk from Walthamstow
Central (Victoria Line)
1000 Faces on BBC local news
BBC London featured a report on their
lunchtime & evening
here to watch the video (requires Flash
player 8 plugin).
A selection of images from the project can be downloaded as
a podcast at.
. Many thanks to Red Planet Productions Ltd.
If you have any questions or want to arrange a time to be included
in the project, please email us at email@example.com
The news and events service Local London has put up a gallery
of images from the site: ThisIsLocalLondon
Further information about the project and other arts events
can be found at the web-site for the local arts council: Walthamforestartscouncil.org.uk
A good site for Information about the area immediately next
to the town square, where many of the pictures were taken: Clevelandpark.co.uk
Stuart Arnott runs the multi-media production company which
produces the podcast: Red
Planet Productions Ltd
Many thanks to all those who have given their time to take
part in this project and the volunteers who have helped it all
happen. Special thanks to Alison Sheppard, Caramel Quinn,
Dave Sullivan, Denise Poole, Fiona Athanassaki, Jason Crampton,
Kath Kinghorn, Keith Bishop, Malcolm Hood, Paul Tucker, Simon
Munk, Stella Creasy and Stuart Arnott, all of whom have provided
crucial advice, help and support. Big thanks also to RHEMA,
O-Regen and Rik Richardson and the London Borough of Waltham
Forest for their help and generous funding towards the costs
of the web-site, printing and exhibitions.
Slideshow music courtesy of The Palm Wine Boys
Palm Wine Boys Recordings 2002
Site updated: July 23 2006
Hal Satterthwaite, Photographer -1000 Faces of Walthamstow