A documentary experience: My 24 Hour Project in Auckland

Updated: Mar 10, 2019

This is an experience I'll never forget, and so are the people I met.


'24HourProject - The World Documented in One Single Day: On April 7th 2018, participants documented their city for 24 hours.

Participants share one photo per hour during twenty four hours. On one single day we get to see the world from a different point of view, humanity documented by local photographers

Through the 24HourProject’s mission, values and global exhibitions, the project reaches millions of individuals annually showcasing the human connection of images and real live stories.'

#24HourProject 'connect emerging photographers, aspiring photojournalist and visual storytellers from every city of the world to document humanity and make a difference by raising awareness about global issues and empowering NGOs.'

'The 24HourProject is devoted to bring together a community of global photographers to raise awareness on global issues and empower non-profit organizations.'


It was a great challenge to complete the whole 24 hours, though every hour I stayed enthusiastic and my passion led me to surpass myself and surprise myself.

Going to talk to so many strangers in one day (and night) was soul changing.


Here are a few photos from this amazing human experience:


3.27AM William the dancer, Aotea Square

5.30AM Rain and China, downtown car park. China and Rain are twins, they skate together, but not only; they are professional models and a DJ duo.

9.38AM Colourful smile, Flea Market. This is certainly the nicest smile I've seen on my 24 Hour Project!

12.06PM Painters finding peace within the trees, beside a car park


6.00PM Fishermen on duty at dusk, Auckland Harbour

9:06PM Woman crafting in the street, Queen Street

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