1854 Presents hosts free virtual artist talks, Q&As, panel discussions and more with leading figures in contemporary photography. In this free event, three Portrait of Britain 2020 winners discuss their winning work — and what it means to be British in a year of national crisis.
Danny Kasirye is a Ugandan-British photographer and director whose background in filmmaking heavily influences the way he approaches his still images, always aiming to bring a sense of joy and beauty to his work.
Naomi Goddard is a Taipei-based portrait photographer covering stories in East Asia with a focus on travel, culture and social issues. She is a co-founder of Minim Photographic Studio, a photo studio and gallery in Taiwan.
Katherine Ashmore is Communications Manager at JCDecaux UK and a poster enthusiast. Having worked on the Portrait of Britain exhibition for two years running, she has helped the campaign reach millions of people across the UK.