Black Women Photographers – Print Sale

“Today is a great day to buy prints from Black womxn photographers.”

Polly Irungu, Founder of Black Women Photographers.

For the month of February, Black Women Photographers are selling their prints via Darkroom with 50% of the sales going to the artist.

Two of my prints are included amongst other amazing photographs.

Browse the whole collection by clicking the link below:

Here are my prints that are on sale (click photo):

Please show your support by sharing the print sale link and if you can, purchase a print. Thank you!

Black Women Photographers was founded by Polly Irungu in 2020.

Follow Black Women Photographers on Twitter and Instagram to see more brilliant work.

#PrintSale #HireBlackWomenPhotographers 

How to Support Black Women Photographers

Hey Happy People!

It’s a new month and here in the UK, it is also Black History Month.

For this week’s blog, I am going to be cheeky and ask for your help.

Back in July, a fellow photographer, Chin We, created this fundraiser to help freelance Black UK based women documentary photographers who have been hit hard financially because of Covid-19.

So far, the fund has raised just over £3,000 of the £20,000 target.

I read in a research conducted by the University of Stirling in the UK and the World Press Photo Foundation in 2018 that only 1﹪of participating photographers classify themselves as Black and this makes you wonder, how many of them were women?

Full research can be found here.

We are certainly living in a crazy & difficult time, but the work must go on.

So please, if there is one thing you can do this month is to give back by donating or sharing this relief fund. Sharing is free, but donating even much better.

Click here to access the GoFund Fundraiser page to donate or share as it will be closing at the end of October.

For all those who have donated already, THANK YOU 🙏🏾

Disclaimer: This post will be removed after the fundraiser concludes.