Consultancy 85Four has taken a personal approach for an exhibition it has organised with homeless charity The Passage to mark the organisation’s 30th anniversary.
The Thirty by Thirty exhibition, at the SW1 gallery, showcases the work of 30 photographers, each taking a portrait of 30 people – including clients, colleagues and donors – who have helped the Passage over the past 30 years.
Source: Alan Mahon
Rory Bremner by Alan Mahon
Source: Bob Wheeler
Sir Stuart Rose by Bob Wheeler
Subjects include supporters such as Rory Bremner and Sir Stuart Rose and the consultancy says all the photographs reference the number 30, to mark the 30th anniversary.
Source: Ashley Cameron
Sister Ellen Flynn by Ashley Cameron
Source: Phillip Reed
Ronnie Norfolk by Phillip Reed
The Thirty by Thirty exhibition was project managed by 85Four’s Will Davidson, who worked with designer Chris Harlow on the project. Davidson says the consultancy has worked for The Passage on a pro bono basis for the past 13 years, producing annual reports and other marketing material.
Source: Tom Hunter
Ron Place by Tom Hunter
Source: Joel Redman
Les Truman by Joel Redman
As well as creating a website for the exhibition – at www.thirtybythirty.org.uk – 85Four has also produced an annual report for The Passage, which features the 30 photographs from the exhibition.
Source: Michael Hefferman
The Passage runs a voluntary day care centre in London that helps more than 200 people every day access services, and the organisation also runs a 48-bed hostel and has a team of support workers helping people who sleep rough.
Source: Phil Meech
The Thirty by Thirty exhibition runs at the SW1 Gallery in London’s Victoria until 29 January.