40 Days 40 Faces is a brand new photography project, highlighting the many faces of our worshippers, visitors, staff and volunteers.
The street-style portraits, featuring individuals of all ages and backgrounds, aim to give a sense of the deep connections that people from all walks of life have with our Cathedral.
The photographs will be unveiled each day throughout Lent over on our newly-launched instagram page.
Cathedral Dean, Canon Anthony O’Brien says, “The Metropolitan Cathedral means so much to so many, and everyone who graces our doors has a story to tell. We hope this project gives a sense of the community that exists within, and because of, this very special building.”
Photographer David Knight says, “It’s wonderful to get the opportunity to combine my love of people and photography to work on 40 Days, 40 Faces. The Metropolitan Cathedral is undoubtedly an iconic part of the Liverpool skyline, and I’ve really enjoyed getting to know the people and visitors who breathe life into one of Liverpool’s most iconic buildings.”
View the portraits daily from Ash Wednesday at instagram/LiverpoolMetropolitanCathedral or #40days40faces
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