'The Freetown I See'
Exhibition of photography by Francess Ngaboh-Smart of
Freetown, Sierra Leone
Francess Ngaboh-Smart was born on the island of
Bonthe in Sierra Leone in 1982. She attended the Annie Walsh
Memorial School and later Fourah Bay College in Freetown.
In 2007, Francess took part in a basic skills
digital photography workshop at the British Council in Freetown,
Sierra Leone, led by Hull photographers Lee Karen Stow and Fiona
In 2010, Francess published her first photographic
body of work entitled ‘Nya Jee Salone / My Mother Sierra
Leone’ which has since sold out, providing income for rent,
food and her family’s welfare. This body of work was exhibited at
the Reading International Solidarity Centre in Reading.
See Francess' work at:
Hull History Centre
The exhibition runs 4th until 24th October 2012
She will also give a talk and slide show of her work at 5pm,
16th October at the Hull History Centre