Thursday 18 May, 10am-11.30am
46 Eastcastle Street, London, W1W 8DX
Nearest tube: Oxford Circus
This free panel is a space for conversation on the themes underpinning The Calm Photography Movement project and exhibition. BBC Business Editor Simon Jack, TCPM co-founder Steve Wallington and author Poorna Bell have lost family members and friends to suicide – together with photographers Casey Moore and CALM Chair James Scroggs they’ll discuss themes central to TCPM: masculinity, self-expression, photography, mental health and male suicide.
- James Scroggs, TCPM Founder and CALM Chair (host)
- Simon Jack, BBC Broadcaster
- Poorna Bell, Executive Editor of HuffPost UK and author of Chase the Rainbow
- Steve Wallington, Creative Director and TCPM founder
- Casey Moore, Photographer and artist/ Band of Brothers project
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