After Piccadilly the show moves to Media City where Peel Land and Property has kindly offered us a week to show the exhibition in one of their busiest locations. We are then seeking help from organisations and companies who may be able to offer us space for future shows. Please do get in touch if you feel you may be able to help.


High profile positive exposure via public exhibition in Manchester Piccadilly station and as part of the With1Voice International Arts and Homelessness Festival.

Public partnership with Booth Centre, homeless charity in Manchester with 23 years’ experience supporting homeless people.

Helping to change public perceptions of homelessness, raising the profile of positive stories, rather than negative stereotypes.

Unique opportunity to directly support people with experience of homelessness to showcase their skills and talents.

A positive example of commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility.

Unique corporate and media networking opportunity at exhibition launch event.

Forthcoming exhibition venues and dates-

Manchester Airport Rail Hub 18th Feb-18th Mar 2019 

Lloyds Bank Business Hub, Market St, Manchester 18th Mar-18th Apr 2019

Thank you to our Sponsors


Matt Priestley is not charging for his

Matt Priestley is not
charging for his photography-

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Eric Tilley, of Tilley and Associates,
is providing free graphic


AsOne, Business Digital Development are providing a free website and

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Network Rail are providing the exhibition space for



The Booth Centre has been assisting those affected by homelessness in Manchester for over twenty years.
Its mission – to bring about positive change in the lives of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, helping them plan for, and, realise a better future. As part of this mission the Centre runs an innovative Arts Programme which enables the artists to express their talents and develop artistically.



A free-lance photographer for the last twenty years. Prior to that, he worked for ten years in statutory social work in Greater Manchester. He has run photography projects with a variety of public and charitable organizations over the years who support and advocate for vulnerable groups. The projects have encouraged participants to document and reflect on their lives, learn key aspects of the photographic process, and stage exhibitions of their work in public spaces and prestigious art venues.