We all have dreams that range in size, scope and silliness. Since January 2016 I have been photographing strangers on the streets of London and asking them, what is your dream?


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One of my dreams is to publish a street portraits photo book featuring the people I have met doing this.

The aim of the project is to show that no matter who you are or what you do you should always have dreams and be unafraid to pursue them. I want to show that through hard work, dedication and confidence in yourself, dreams can come true no matter how silly, ambitious or unattainable they may seem.

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Vinciento: “My dream is to find a wife”

Ibrahim: “My dream is to create shop windows and special installations”

Lucie: “My dream is to travel all around the world, see all the things that the world can give me”

Moss: “My dream is to live my life as a complete dream, not to wake up thinking what happens at the end because I know my time is limited”

Tayce: “My dream is to break the mould. I like to push boundaries and make the unexpected happen, especially in the modelling world, where I have been told I’m too skinny and to bulk up. But this is me, it’s the body I was born with and I wouldn’t change it for anyone’s validation”

Ning: “My dream is to be a freelance graphic designer”

Natty: My dream is to be successful in arts and to travel the world and find contentment”

Eva: “My dream is to live in London one day”

Maria: “My dream is to be a mum of three and live in Barcelona”

George: “My dream is to be happy for the rest of my life”

Maggie: “My dream is to live in a magical kingdom of peace with all my human and animal friends”

Sycha: “My dream is to open an orphanage back in Congo. I’m an orphan myself and people like me are accused of committing any type of evil you can imagine back there. There is no-one to protect these children which are poorly educated and very often go to bed with empty stomachs. I want to help them”