Twenty seven passion Fruit trees (january 2012)
Twenty Seven Passion Fruit Trees was a photographic project involving children of Poole's Park Primary School in Finsbury Park, London. The children were all between the ages of 9 and 10. Each child was allowed to take one photograph using the same disposable camera. The only rule they were given was that the photograph they took had to be of the passion fruit tree that stands in their school garden. The aim of the project was to look at the decisions children make when they take a photograph. Looking specifically at the way they view the object they are photographing, as well as looking at what they think of as a 'successful' photograph.