The Workhaus/

Turning staff into photographers/

The Workhaus build all sorts of amazing, one-off structures for museums and their special exhibitions. But they couldn’t afford a photographer to capture the finished products or the step-by-step process behind them.

So we helped turn their workforce into an army of budding photographers. We condensed a 10-week camera course into a fold-up leaflet and popped it in a lanyard for staff to carry around with them. We then ran a series of weekly photography competitions to encourage people to improve their skills. The result was a bank of great shots that can be used on their website and in social media. It also helped to make photography an everyday part of their working culture.

Get in touch /

Lyness Loseby Limited,
15 Low Bank Street,
Farsely, Leeds,
LS28 5JJ.

Contact /

Gemma Lyness
gemma@lynessloseby.com
07717 005254

Ian Loseby
ian@lynessloseby.com
07798 726443

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