We Never Met

 

Digital, social, storytelling


We Never Met’ is an ongoing project on Instagram that works as a mixture of street photography and storytelling.

People’s looks can be deceiving, showing you something very different from who they really are. So our idea was to feature photos of people without showing their identities (with most of the pictures shot from their backs). By doing this, we are allowed to imagine new identities for them, writing short and (mainly) humorous stories.

They've now been banned from the pitch due to use of bad language. Twice.

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Drugs. Knives. Car chases. He was prepared for all of that, but never for so many selfie requests.

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He sold suits. He sold gold. Looking for a new challenge, he has now found himself selling the future.

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'We Never Met' has more than 18.000 followers so far (and counting).

The project was featured on the 'London Eye' page of Time Out London magazine, on French photographic publication Polka, as well as on other websites around the world. Click on the logos below to read the interviews and see what they said.



COMING SOON! (hopefully...)


Role: Concept, Photography, Copy