Projects to Date
Style in my DNA
2018 – Now
Style In My DNA: Celebrating 70 Years of Caribbean Fashion Influence in Britain – Exclusive Photography, Illustrations, and Memoirs by Lorna Holder, First Black Fashion Graduate of Nottingham Trent Polytechnic, now Nottingham Trent University. Explore the Impact of Caribbean Culture on the UK Fashion Scene from 1948 to Present.
Editorial From Esquire
Jamaica Hidden Histories
(2012-2015) Exhibitions /Education resource/documentaries
The Jamaica Hidden Histories project presented an important opportunity to unearth and communicate valuable knowledge for diverse communities to understand Jamaica’s distinctive cultural identity and links to Britain.
RGS Print Store – Iconic images and maps of travel and geographical discovery of the photographer Sir Harry Johnston
Hanging Out: Then and Now
The project focus is on the immense changes that occurred in popular and social culture by young people during the 1950’s and 1960’s. The aim is to bring this period to life through an exploration of the fashions, music, sport, film and entertainment of that time.
(2008) Documentary/education pack
The experiences of the host community in seeing large groups of Caribbean people arriving in Britain after the 2nd World War.