Hextable 100

A wise person once said, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another”. One of the richest things about our living is sharing it in community: whether with colleagues, neighbours, friends, or family. The mix of life is sweetest in our sharing our unique and wonderful stories. With one another.  So, I’m hatching a plan: a project if you will that'll have lots of people involved. A hundred at least. Maybe more. 

I would love it if we could share thoughts and perspectives, look outwards and learn more about the people of this community Hextable village in an innovative way. In a photojournalistic approach I’d come and visit you wherever you are based; take a few photos, mask or not, in your favoured outdoor setting, and I'd ask the following questions:

Who are you?

What do you do?

Why you love living around here? 

What's an interesting quirk about you?

Simple, who, what, why stuff! My goal is to share the stories and inspire our community, despite the times we are in. At the end of it all I will have compiled a project with the diverse faces, words and views representative of Hextable Village life, from people of all walks of life, all ages and stages. This will go on to be published online in the weeks to come. All participants will receive a best-photo for free, as a thank-you for your participation. Please contact me at noah@stph.org.uk if you’re willing to take part.

We all are part of a bigger story.

We have have amazing stories; I can’t wait to hear and share yours!

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