My little red book of Chinese style – Hot – has a video preview available to view here: www.davidoates.net/hot About Hot: 14-page 12cmx8cm booklet In expectation of matching the success of ‘The Quotations of Chairman Mao’, Hot is available in a strictly limited edition of one billion, fifty five million, four hundred and ninety eight thousand. [...]
Portraits of Warrington Wolves rugby league players, staff and fans for the club’s end of season review, published in association with TH Media. We’re looking for organisations to work with on publishing projects like this one, if you’re thinking of producing a magazine, brochure or prospectus, get in touch.
In February, I photographed the winners of the 2012 OSBA’s for the charity Carisma
Introduced as a feature event of PeaceWeek in 2008 as Manchester Peace Awards, the Outstanding Social Behaviour Awards or OSBAs as they quickly came to be known (the name is a deliberate play on ‘ASBO’), caught the imagination of the local communities and the wider city and media.
The award ceremonies are opened by the Lord Mayor and awards have been presented by, among others, Members of Parliament and senior officers of the Council and Greater Manchester Police.
There are currently 6 awards for which people can be nominated:
Community Cohesion/Diversity Award: Individual or group who have been instrumental in bringing together diverse groups in the community for positive change.
Young Person’s Award: Young person (aged 11-18) who has made an outstanding contribution to their school or community.
Positive Role model Award: Person who has had most positive affect on young people through their lives.
Turn Around Award: Individual who has made greatest turnaround in attitude/behaviour to benefit his/her community.
Peace Activist Award: Person or group who have made a difference through campaigning for peace and justice.
Manchester Peace Award: Individual who has made the most outstanding contribution to their community.