Everyone has a story to tell!
From the townships of South Africa to the estates of inner-city London
Snap delivers educational photo and motion graphics projects to people in challenged environments. Supported by volunteers from the worlds of photography and motion graphics,
Snap was founded by photographer Graham Dodridge of Silver Agency
Snap began with a number of photographic teaching trips to the townships of South Africa, and an educational assignment to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Our initial aim was to give those without a voice the ability to express themselves, and to tell their stories through photography.
Snap has subsequently broadened it's ambitions to encompass video and motion graphics. As well as organising student teacher training trips to schools in deprived areas, Snap now also creates awareness videos for other charities. Examples have included: Malaika – a children's charity with runs a school for girls in the DRC, and The Impstart Trust – a children's motorcycle display team in London's East End.