FotoDocument, a unique arts and education social enterprise, plans to showcase positive solutions to global issues through world-class documentary photography in Brighton.
The organisation is looking for a sponsor who would become a founding partner of FotoDocument.
The organisation, set up by photographers Nina Emett and Howard Davies, is commissioning nine internationally acclaimed photographers to produce photo essays that will show working solutions to the problems associated with climate change and environmental degradation.
FotoDocument has formed a partnership with Southern Railway and will be exhibiting the photo essays in Brighton Station for three months in 2011 and for a further three months in 2012. The photographs will be custom designed to fit the existing bevelled panels along the walkway at the station adjacent to platform eight.
Some 13.5 million people pass through Brighton Station annually. That means around 37,000 people or more will see the exhibition each day.
There will also be exhibitions throughout the Southern Rail network at participating stations.
Nina Emett says, “Our partners and sponsors will receive huge exposure at the stations as we will be able to acknowledge their support by displaying logos on panels at the exhibition and giving sponsors the opportunity to outline their business’s positive environmental initiatives, policies and pledges to demonstrate green credentials.”
The photo essays will also be exhibited on the FotoDocument website as well as on the exhibition website of internationally renowned partner, Foto8, which receives in excess of 40,000 unique clicks per month.
Sponsors will receive exposure on a dedicated page of the FotoDocument website which will profile their business.
For further information contact Nina Emett via email@example.com.
Photo of the fishermen is by Rodney Dekker
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