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Sir Michael Parkinson and friends

PUBLISHED: 11:15 20 March 2008 | UPDATED: 15:05 20 February 2013

Sir Michael Parkinson and Alistair Morrison

Sir Michael Parkinson and Alistair Morrison

Sir Michael Parkinson was among several celebrities who made time for "Time to Reflect" - renowned photographer Alistair Morrison's on-going Unicef project...


Sir Michael Parkinson was among several celebrities who made time for "Time to Reflect" - renowned photographer Alistair Morrison's on-going Unicef project, which has invited hundreds of international stars to take their self portraits in a photo booth machine and include an original, handwritten, inspirational message or quote.


The result is a stunning exhibition of work which has to date raised in excess of £250,000 for Unicef projects which assist children worldwide suffering the effects of poverty, war and disease.

The glittering reception and launch of the project's book took place at New Lodge, near Windsor, where the walls of the historic building were swathed with the portraits of participating celebrities such as Tom Hanks, Joan Collins, Henry Kissinger, Kevin Spacey, Twiggy, Desmond Tutu, Billy Connolly, Hilary Clinton and Tom Cruise.

Time to Reflect books and limited edition prints are available to purchase in support of Unicef. For further information call 01344 894533. To view more of Alistair's work visit www.morrisonandmorrison.co.uk

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