100 Faces of London



The 100 Faces of London project is deeply indebted to:

St Martin-in-the-Fields, for making available, at no charge, the Crypt Gallery space for a period of five weeks, for including the project as part of its major Journeys exposition, and for all the help and guidance so freely contributed by several key members of staff.

Epson (UK) Ltd, for their handsome sponsorship of both the exhibition and the production of the two Heritage Books through the generous donation of all the printing inks and paper stock required.

Alvito Resource Ltd, for sponsoring the project in a variety of ways and particularly for making available all the photographic, lighting and associated studio equipment;  the hardware and software used for image processing;  and for the contribution of associated consumables.   All the images on display were printed on the company’s Epson Stylus Pro 3880, as were those contained in the Heritage Books.  The costs of binding and finishing these Books were also generously met by Alvito Resource, as were all the costs related to the mounting of the exhibition, graphic design, publicity and all associated costs.

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First and foremost, to acknowledge our indebtedness to all 100 sitters for agreeing to be part of the 100 Faces of London project and for being so generous with their time and their patience.

To record special thanks to those sitters who offered additional support to the project and who also kindly took time to consider and to recommend others, namely:

David Ellis, Anita McKenzie, Stanley E Grant, Nigel Broome, Chantelle Dickson, Suniya Qureshi, Zachary Latif, Haldun Musazlioglu, Masoomeh Faraj and Jen & Stanley Albert.

To record the help of Mrs Sue Mason, Mrs Veronica Revi, Ms Pat Postle and especially Mr Gerald Stuart Burnett, for his general support, day-to-day assistance, administration, proofreading and acting as host to most of the sitters, without whom the realisation of the project would have been almost impossible.

To record thanks to Jeff Eden for the initial designs / graphic identity of the project.

And to record our gratitude to those individuals and organisations who were sufficiently open-minded and far-sighted to see the worth of this project and to give it their generous endorsement and support.  Without their commitment, some of the most arresting portraits could not have been secured:

Ministry of Defence

Major General William G Cubbitt CBE (Commander, Household Division), Lieutenant Colonel Jeremy D Bagshaw (Coldstream Guards), Garrison Sergeant Major William D G Mott, OBE

HM Tower of London

John Keohane Esq, Chief Yeoman Warder

Royal Hospital, Chelsea

General the Lord Walker GCB CMG CBE DL, Governor and Brigadier David Radcliffe, Adjutant

Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia, London

Dr Elham Danish and the staff of the Royal Embassy

High Commission for Pakistan

Ghulam Hussain Esq, First Secretary

New Zealand High Commission

Ms Stephanie Scott, Secretary and Members of Ngati Ranana, the London Maori Club

Metropolitan Police

Commander David Bilson, Borough Commander, LB Hounslow

The Comboni Missionary Sisters, Chiswick

Sister Olympia and Sister Maureen

Epson (UK) Ltd

Ms Sue Burgess for coordination of sponsorship and Messrs Chris Sugg and Dominic Gurney for their expert technical support