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    Today we celebrated our one year anniversary of the ULIKENESS project. It seemed so short yet long ago, since I first wheeled out my aluminium box onto the top edge of broadway market. I was nervous and clueless how people would react, what they'd think and if they'd like or unlike their shots.

    Back then on that first day I took eight portraits with three liked and five unliked. Today I took only seven portraits of which four were liked and three unliked.

    Over the last year I've spent 33 days shooting for UNLIKENESs and have taken 581 portraits. 447 (77%) portraits were 'liked' and 134 (23%) portraits were 'unliked'. The gender split is 60:40 in favour of female and women are still twice as likely not to like themselves in their printed portrait then men.

    The project made it around London's East End street markets, to a Bedford street art festival and to some of Berlin's weekend hotspots.

    I've met many lovely people with a large cross section of trades, jobs and skills. I'm grateful for so many friends and contacts over the year and look forward to the 1000's portrait sometime in Autumn 2011.

    Thank you to everyone who took part and a BIG WELCOME to everyone joining us in the year to come.

    Much Love,


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      I would love to join your group from this year. Your portrait projects are just amazing. Within no time, all your projects have passed in a Broadway market. I could really imagine your startup on the very first day. I wish you all the very best for all of your future ...
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