Producing an innovative exhibition on diversity — in photos

This above is what we were heading for. Sixty of the UK’s leading TV makers all but two came down to Harrow’s photographic studios for a super selfie, portrait photos for a book and exhibition, documentary films and behind the scene photos.

Behind the scene shots: we took the view that we would include University of Westminster Alumni in the shoot

Emmanuel Nwamadi and Glenthorne High School, Sutton. Photos David Dunkley Gyimah

On the day, we produced an event that drew in the biggest audience to Harrow’s Gallery. People from TV, Politics and public life. The Voice Finalist Emmanuel Nwamdi provided the music and a secondary school from South London a performance inspire by Alvin Ailey.

Matt Hancock MP, the Minister of State for Culture sent us this letter.

.Image copyright TVC Leaders List -Uni Westminster /David Freeman.

This below is how the campus gallery looked. We must here acknowledge the incredible work of David Freeman who works in stores. He was behind the profile photos and super selfies and mounting the photos on the wall

On launch day…. this

Wayne McLean — Book Designer

Thanks to Co-Producer Simone Pennant, backed by a small incredible team of Photographers David Freeman, Gerald McLean, and Designer Wayne McLean, and Mallick.

Image copyright TVC Leaders List -Uni Westminster /David Freeman.

A big thanks here to Dr Paul Dwyer and Sheila Birungi from the newly created Enterprise Centre and Aviva Leeman and Dr Michael Maziere — curator of Gallery West. Of course a big thanks to the talent and those that showed up to the show or supported it from a distance e.g. catering and house removals. And finally, the Dean Kerstin Mey.

Dr David Dunkley Gyimah is co-producer of the TVCLeaders’ List. He leads the digital and interactive storytelling LAB at the University of Westminster, which promotes impact projects. He publishes at

Top Writer & Creative Technologist, Int. Award Winner. Cinemajournalist. Cardiff Uni @jomec. PhD (Dublin). Visiting Prof UBC, Ex BBC/C4News. Apple profiled.

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