Storyteller Street magazine, utilises subject and street photography to document individuals opinions on the world and people-watching. I wanted my magazine to embody what it is to ‘people-watch’ and instead of, as it's done so often now through a screen, to be able to do it through the pages of a magazine. I also wanted to create this as we come to the end of lockdown and as so many people haven’t seen any one out on the street or have not been able to ‘people-watch’ in so long I thought this was a good project to create as we draw to the end of that.
I wanted my magazine to highlight different people’s struggles and views on the world that you may never hear or think to ask them. I wanted my photos to be very inclusive of all, not only do I find this highly important as it will then allow my product to appeal to a wider audience. I believe this magazine will bring people out of their own heads and momentarily while they read through each page, put them into the minds and lives of others; people they would otherwise usually just pass on the street - or if like many they enjoy people watch, they may see them and wonder.
Progression: BA Hons Fashion Branding & Communication