RICHARD CHAMBURY

Photographer & EyeEm Ambassador based in London.

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The best French car EVER.

I found this Citroën DS Pallas on Lower Marsh, behind Waterloo Station on Saturday. I’ve always had a thing for French cars since I learnt to drive in a Renault 4 (the crazy looking one, quite like a 2CV).

It reminded me of a great French gangster film called ‘Mesrine’ that’s well worth a watch. ALLEZ!

Pictured is Jane Hutchison, breast cancer survivor & the Founder of the Hello Beautiful Foundation, holding a pair of #WOOBS Pictured is Jane Hutchison, breast cancer survivor & the Founder of the Hello Beautiful Foundation, holding a pair of #WOOBS

I LOVE BOOBS.

Who doesn’t right?

A highlight of our #imaphotographer exhibition in Whitstable was partnering with the Hello Beautiful Foundation for our opening weekend events.

The Hello Beautiful community is dedicated to achieving a better understanding of breast cancer & exploring creative ways of preventing it. Pretty inspirational yeah..!?

Pictured is Jane Hutchison, breast cancer survivor & the Founder of the Hello Beautiful Foundation, holding a pair of #WOOBS She is very colourful is Jane & incredibly talented!

These wooden boobs represent different stages of breast cancer treatment; mastectomy, lumpectomy or reconstruction, which she’s decorated.

On the Opening Day of our exhibition we held a Grand Prize Draw in aid of Hello Beautiful, to which we raised £350 for the charity. This money will go towards funding the continued #WOOBS cancer awareness campaign.

Please follow Jane's updates on twitter or you can also follow the @HelloBeautifulFoundation to keep up to date on the WOOBS campaign OR if you would like, get involved in a #WOOBS creative workshop too!

DONATE DIRECT FOR THE WOOBS CAMPAIGN

WOOBS @ Whitstable

Hello Sunday! A week today on Sunday 23rd March 2014 from 1130 at our "I’m A Photographer, Get Me Out Of Here!" exhibition at The Horsebridge Centre in Whitstable, Kent we’ll be having a special event with our partner charity, the brilliant Hello Beautiful Foundation for breast cancer awareness. 

The incredibly colourful founder Jane Hutchison will be there for a day of co-creating an installation of wooden breast sculptures…better know as WOOBS. 

I’ll say that again….WOOBS! 

So you’ll get 2 FREE creative events for the price of one & a day out at the seaside. BARGAIN! 

It’ll be great to see you there!   High-res

WOOBS @ Whitstable

Hello Sunday! A week today on Sunday 23rd March 2014 from 1130 at our "I’m A Photographer, Get Me Out Of Here!" exhibition at The Horsebridge Centre in Whitstable, Kent we’ll be having a special event with our partner charity, the brilliant Hello Beautiful Foundation for breast cancer awareness.

The incredibly colourful founder Jane Hutchison will be there for a day of co-creating an installation of wooden breast sculptures…better know as WOOBS.

I’ll say that again….WOOBS!

So you’ll get 2 FREE creative events for the price of one & a day out at the seaside. BARGAIN!

It’ll be great to see you there!

Today’s office was a roof deck in North Acton. That shiny thing in the sky is the sun. If it hadn’t been for that canopy I would definitely have been incinerated from this mortal coil. To be honest, I could have done with a can of Top Deck to quench my thirst, such was the intense heat. But they don’t make it anymore. Londoners used to be fuelled totally by shandy bass. I’d say that this is one of the reasons why we don’t speak to each other anymore & rely totally on electronic communication. We’ve lost our human spark. If he’d had a boat load of Top Deck, do you think Bradley Cooper would have bothered taking that Oscars selfie? NO. He would have told Ellen to bugger off & continued to casually sup from the silver can, whispering Hangover anecdotes to Liza Minnelli. #londonstreetlife #london  (at The Lyra Student Building)   High-res

Today’s office was a roof deck in North Acton. That shiny thing in the sky is the sun. If it hadn’t been for that canopy I would definitely have been incinerated from this mortal coil. To be honest, I could have done with a can of Top Deck to quench my thirst, such was the intense heat. But they don’t make it anymore. Londoners used to be fuelled totally by shandy bass. I’d say that this is one of the reasons why we don’t speak to each other anymore & rely totally on electronic communication. We’ve lost our human spark. If he’d had a boat load of Top Deck, do you think Bradley Cooper would have bothered taking that Oscars selfie? NO. He would have told Ellen to bugger off & continued to casually sup from the silver can, whispering Hangover anecdotes to Liza Minnelli. #londonstreetlife #london (at The Lyra Student Building)