Exhibition celebrates women at work

UPDATE OCTOBER 29: The exhibition launches today! From Glasgow down to Newcastle, Birmingham, London and beyond, the documentary style exhibition showcases Collette Conlin, an usher at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle who hopes to become a star performer herself, Suzie Hawkins, the green fingered Saturday Girl from Manchester that started as an intern and now works Saturdays to teach floristry to others, and Helen Adeyera, a weekend hairdresser that is studying Computer Science at Coventry University, just to name a few.

An innovative exhibition celebrates all things female in the world of work. Hiring app JOB TODAY have teamed up with critically acclaimed British photographer, Lewis Khan, for an upcoming exhibition called ‘Saturday Girls’ in London next month.

Polina Montano, Co-Founder & COO of JOB TODAY, said: “We are excited to celebrate the hard-working and inspirational young women of Britain with this Saturday Girls exhibition. We will be capturing empowered young women who have embraced part-time and weekend work, that are using their job to really enhance their lives and share it with the nation”.

Ten real women will be photographed by British photographer Lewis Khan and will also receive their top three portraits and £200 each.

Whatever your story, JOB TODAY wants to hear from the current generation of ‘Saturday Girls’. If you’re interested in getting involved, potential Saturday Girls can submit further details via JOB TODAY’s website:

The date of the exhibition will be released shortly.

Check out the latest jobs now on JOB TODAY:… Download the app now for new job offers (but prepare well before your interview with the help of the above video).

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About Lewis Khan

Lewis Khan is a young acclaimed portrait photographer who has been featured in the British Journal of Photography, Wonderland Magazine, Wallpaper* and It’s Nice That, amongst others. He has worked with the NHS, as well as several major fashion houses – including Chanel. Check out Lewis’ Instagram, here:

An expert at telling stories through portraiture, Lewis is looking forward to meeting JOB TODAY’s Saturday Girls in September, and capturing their strength, intelligence and empowerment through the lens.






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