First created in March 2011, the Street Studio project has set up free outdoor photographic studios on 15 street corners and public spaces around the world, in communities facing insecurity, upheaval or poverty. The project builds outdoor photo studio sets and invites any passing families and individuals to pose for a portrait. The photos are then printed on site for free for the participant to take home with them for their family album. Part public, part private, the studios are set up in spaces of uncertainty and transience with the understanding that a family photograph can help build a sense of identity and belonging.