Why We Loved Our Collaborator Filming Days

By Marése O’Sullivan

Wow! It’s been an incredible week. Two filming days over and done with – and the What I See team is feeling more inspired than ever before.

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We really enjoyed getting to meet so many of you at our collaborator filming event. It was fun to chat in person and talk about what really matters to you.

We had the perfect location: the Art First Gallery, Eastcastle Street, London. Thanks again to the Art First team who were very kind and generous in allowing us to film there.

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The footage is looking great – we’re so looking forward to sharing the final films with you next month. We’re delighted you came along!

Check out our photo blog from both days on our website:

http://whatiseeproject.com/news/a-selection-of-behind-the-scenes-photos-collaborator-filming-day-2

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The What I See Project’s Travel Competition

Would you like to win £500 for telling an amazing story?

The What I See Project is launching the What Do You See? Travel Competition for people over 18 to contribute words and photos or videos from their travels, telling the stories of fascinating women that they meet along the way by asking them “What do you see in the mirror?”

We’re looking for a minimum of two submissions over the summer. We’re offering a prize of £500 for the most outstanding submission, with £250 each for two runners-up. The top ten finalists will also be invited to a networking event in London where they’ll get the chance to meet our Features Ambassadors, the inspiring and powerful women who have backed the What I See Project.

Work that catches our eye will be published on our website and will prove a great addition to any CV. The closing date for entries is the end of September. The winner of the competition will be announced at the start of October. All candidates must ensure each woman they profile completes a consent form, which should be returned to us.

Check out the What I See Project’s website to get an idea of what we’re looking for. Please email us by June 30 for an application form and entry pack at competition@whatiseeproject.com.

 

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