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100 Faces for 100 Years Project

The First 100 Years photography project aims to create a library of images of women in the legal profession in 2019. 


Launched as part of International Women's Day, photographs are being taken ahead of an exhibition later in the year and will be added to a national archive as a part of the legacy of The First 100 Years campaign.

A team of photographers, led by Creative Director, Marcus Jamieson-Pond, is working across the UK to capture the rich diversity of women in the law. The project anticipates photographing up to 1,000 women from all parts of the profession.


Marcus says, "This is an exciting project that will create a fantastic collection of dynamic and vibrant images that illustrate the breadth of experience of women in the legal profession". 

The Photographers:

London and the rest of England


Marcus Jamieson-Pond is the driving force behind, specialising in event, portrait and performance photography. Before taking up his camera full time, he spent many years working in the City, including HR roles with four law firms.  As well as being one of our photographers, Marcus is also the Creative Director for the Pop Up Photography project.


Jamie Williamson is an award winning and internationally published editorial and commercial photographer based in Glasgow Scotland, working professionally for over 20 years for national newspapers and magazines to international corporations.



Sue Lacey had an earlier career working with many top level bands such as Queen and Blur and understands the power of personal image. Now with 15 years experience in the photography industry, she specialises in corporate events, business portraiture and personal commissions.

Northern Ireland

Simon Graham has 25 years experience in Press/PR, portrait and concert photography based near Belfast, Northern Ireland. He started his photography career with N.Ireland's largest weekly newspaper before working 17 years in one of the province's top PR firms. He started in 2017.

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