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Taking pictures can be the voice of..

a girl looking for light in a dark world.
a boy who cannot find the right words for his feelings.
a stranger who has travelled miles in search of home.
an old lady who wants to remember, before she forgets.

Our Mission

We are a team of photographers and creatives who design bespoke participatory photography experiences for fringe communities in Singapore.

We teach photography as a language for personal storytelling, helping people explore what is important in their lives.

Our focus is helping people find and voice their hidden stories so that others can learn to listen.  We think this can be a start to making a difference.

Our Philosophy

Our design philosophy – photography that is fun, accessible, empowering and inspiring.

We believe that photography can be a tool for healing and self-expression, and that anyone can learn how to tell their stories through pictures.

It is not so much about taking nice pictures, rather helping people find their voices.



 It has been a special and fruitful journey, seeing the mentors’ efforts in relating with the youths, the youths moving from being hesitant to more confident, and hearing parents appreciate their children’s talents and progress! – Geraldine Low, Director, Educational Psychology Service Division, Students Care Service

 I discovered we could see the world in different views and angles. (Photography) expresses my thoughts and feelings. – Participant, “Spectrum Through The Lens” 

I have enjoyed my time with photovoice very much. When the course ended some of the kids came to take photos with me and one of them put his arms around me and said he really enjoyed the workshop. I did not think I did a lot for them at first, but their response made me feel that perhaps they valued things differently from me. Ultimately, it is not just the educational aspect that is important, but also the relationships that we are able to form with the participants. These children are a joy to be with. I will miss them very much. – Sean Lee, Mentor Photographer 

Meet the team