My Space

Posted by on Jul 7, 2010 in Blog, Film, Funding, Issues, Journalism, Photography

Public spaces can offer a meeting place or a chance to be alone and each age group have a unique way of using the space around them.

Photos by Agenda retouching by The Surgery

Young people in particular seem to claim an area or corner of our busy urban space to create and express their own identity. A partnership of commercial media specialists and social entrepreneurs has formed to create a unique and exciting opportunity for five young Londoners to explore and capture their personal relationship with the city through photography and story telling. Bought together by passionately belief in excellent communications with social value.

Agenda – Specialising in dramatic location portraiture Agenda has worked with The Times and The Economist

The Surgery is an award winning agency offering cutting edge design, branding, marketing Clients include: Bafta Coca Cola, EMI, Rover/Mini

Mediorite – youth engagement through positive media including What’s Up Information packs and website

Poached Creative – a writing and design company that offers social value with communications expertise by offering training to young people and long term unemployed

4 Comments

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