24 is an ambitious photographic project that is ongoing until the end of the next decade. Conceived in 2003 by photography students from Central St Martins 24 now includes a number of critically acclaimed artists from across the globe as the groups repetoire continues to grow. The idea is simple: 24 photographers, documenting the first 24 hours of every New Year for 24 years. Each individual is tasked with capturing a single moment within their allotted hour, creating a unique collection of images linked only by time.
Now approaching its tenth year, 24's photographers continues to create a social commentary that will last for generations, drawing on their experiences and surroundings to create a distinctive set of images. As a founding member, I am involved not only as a photographer but also in producing the exhibition each year. So far collaborations have included Westminster Council, London's Royal Parks, Viewfinder Gallery. SS Robin Gallery, Mayor Of London and Mortons private club.