RICHARD CHAMBURY

Photographer & EyeEm Ambassador based in London.

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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!

A pal of mine, Gita Joshi has just opened her Orso Major Gallery in Waterloo, London. WELL WORTH a visit to pick up some great affordable art. Plus there is the Lower Marsh Market to have a look round & some great places to eat too ;-) #londonstreetlife #artgallery #art (at Orso Major)   High-res

A pal of mine, Gita Joshi has just opened her Orso Major Gallery in Waterloo, London. WELL WORTH a visit to pick up some great affordable art. Plus there is the Lower Marsh Market to have a look round & some great places to eat too ;-) #londonstreetlife #artgallery #art (at Orso Major)

Jane Hutchinson, Founder of the Hello Beautiful Foundation, holding her Keep A Breast cast. Jane was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012 aged 35 & has now completed chemotherapy. Kevin Helton, cancer buddy, holding his Keep A Breast cast at the Hello Beautiful:The Breast Movement exhibition

HELLO BEAUTIFUL! Please share & retweet this!

This weekend, I went to the Hello Beautiful: The Breast Movement an art exhibition at Brick Lane Art Gallery, London which was curated by Jane Hutchinson, Founder of the Hello Beautiful Foundation.

Jane, pictured above with her own Keep A Breast cast, was diagnosed with breast cancer last year aged 35 & has now completed chemotherapy. 1 in 68 women under 40 are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.

Also pictured is Kevin Helton, cancer buddy, holding his Keep A Breast cast at the Hello Beautiful:The Breast Movement exhibition at Brick Lane Gallery in London. Kevin attended 3 surgeries, 5 chemotherapy sessions & 6 weeks of radiotherapy. Around 400 men are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.

I urge you to visit the exhibition before it closes tonight at 8pm! It is in Sclater Street just off Brick Lane at the Bethnal Green Road end, so within easy walking distance of Bethnal Green tube, Liverpool Street tube & Shoreditch tube/overground.

Some great art posters & other gifts to buy, with all the proceeds going to the Hello Beautiful Foundation, an artistic concept that aims to strip out the negative energy associated with breast cancer.

Kevin Helton, cancer buddy, holding his Keep A Breast cast at the Hello Beautiful:The Breast Movement exhibition at Brick Lane Gallery in London. Kevin attended 3 surgeries, 5 chemotherapy sessions & 6 weeks of radiotherapy. Around 400 men are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. I urge you to visit the exhibition before it closes on Monday night! Some great art posters & other gifts to buy, with all the proceeds going to the Hello Beautiful Cancer Foundation. #charity #exhibition #boobs #breastcancer #art #London (at Brick Lane Gallery)   High-res

Kevin Helton, cancer buddy, holding his Keep A Breast cast at the Hello Beautiful:The Breast Movement exhibition at Brick Lane Gallery in London. Kevin attended 3 surgeries, 5 chemotherapy sessions & 6 weeks of radiotherapy. Around 400 men are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. I urge you to visit the exhibition before it closes on Monday night! Some great art posters & other gifts to buy, with all the proceeds going to the Hello Beautiful Cancer Foundation. #charity #exhibition #boobs #breastcancer #art #London (at Brick Lane Gallery)

Jane Hutchinson @janeericahutch Founder of the Hello Beautiful Foundation with a cast of her breasts at her Hello Beautiful:The Breast Movement exhibition at Brick Lane Gallery in London. Jane was diagnosed with breast cancer last year aged 35 & has now completed chemotherapy. 1 in 68 women under 40 are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. I urge you to visit the exhibition before it closes on Monday night! Some great art posters & other gifts to buy, with all the proceeds going to the Hello Beautiful Cancer Foundation. #charity #exhibition #boobs #breastcancer #art #London (at Brick Lane Gallery)   High-res

Jane Hutchinson @janeericahutch Founder of the Hello Beautiful Foundation with a cast of her breasts at her Hello Beautiful:The Breast Movement exhibition at Brick Lane Gallery in London. Jane was diagnosed with breast cancer last year aged 35 & has now completed chemotherapy. 1 in 68 women under 40 are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. I urge you to visit the exhibition before it closes on Monday night! Some great art posters & other gifts to buy, with all the proceeds going to the Hello Beautiful Cancer Foundation. #charity #exhibition #boobs #breastcancer #art #London (at Brick Lane Gallery)

HANDS ON WINDMILL GARDENS.

I stumbled upon this great project Hands On Windmill Gardens Community Mural in the shadow of Brixton Windmill at the weekend.

Yes……Brixton, has a windmill! It’s the last surviving windmill in London.

With the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund and Friends Of Windmill Gardens, the project has been created by Columbian born graphic designer and MA student, Camila Cardenosa and in collaboration with Stephen Lawlor, who are featured paintbrushes in hand, paint on overalls in my images in front of the mural!

The concept of the project is how graphic design can contribute to generate a sense of place, identity and legibility that enables people to feel comfortable in public places. To gather the community together, around the importance of the Ashby family and their significance in terms of the Brixton Windmill’s history.

What an excellent idea! Hopefully other councils will take notice of this project and brighten up other public parks and children’s play areas, at the same time giving a history lesson. It’s a no brainer, kids respond to that!

WHO AM I….? BY ARTIST GREG SHAPTER

I love this wall art project by Domus Tiles in Clerkenwell. No, it’s not me….but it has made me think. Not that walls should be covered with my face, that would be mental on many levels. But there should be more of this kind of art in London! Great Londoners in their local areas could be immortalised. Role models to look up to. Literally.