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Photographer exhibits a new outlook on Hull

Photographer Fiona Caley invites passengers to gain a new outlook on Hull in an exhibition hosted on board P&O Ferries ships the Pride of Hull and the Pride of Rotterdam.

Examples of her work are being exhibited in a public lounge on board the ferries as they sail daily between Hull and Rotterdam, giving passengers a chance to see a different side of the city. The project is named Outlook, an enlightened view of Hull and aims to encourage viewers to take notice of their surroundings and locals to take pride in the city. Thousands of visitors will see the exhibition as it forms a semi-permanent feature on the ships until September.

Fiona, who lives in Hull, said: “From the outset this project has been a creative collaboration. When I was out taking photographs the sun shone and the city sparkled. I’ve received wonderful feedback and I’m delighted that P&O Ferries are involved. The staff have really embraced the project and gone the extra mile to host the exhibition. I hope that visitors travelling over the summer will be inspired to see the beauty of our city.”

The project is backed by NHS Hull and was formed as part of a mental health and wellbeing initiative. In addition to the exhibition, it offers free guided tours of Hull for visitors and local people. For more information visit


Chris Laming, Brian Rees, Natalie Hardy, Michelle Ulyatt
Tel: +44(0)1304 863833 (24 hours)

25 April 2012