These Photos Were My Life is a non-linear film that explores the long-term significance of participatory photography projects for their participants.  The film consists of interviews with 10 former TAFOS photographers, over 15 years after the project’s closure.  They talk about the impact of photography and TAFOS on their lives.  Their experiences offer insights into both the enduring impact and the limitations of participatory photography.

These Photos Were My Life was made as part of my doctoral research and produced on Korsakow software.

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