After I just left school I applied and got a job at Jessops. Which was great as I was already getting very interested in photography and I was there for 3 years before leaving to try and concentrate more on my Uni work. A year or so later, I needed a job again for money and sanity approached my old manager who told me when the job came up he would give me a call. The job came up I got the call and the job was mine. I remained there for the few months until it unfortunately closed. Since then there has been a Facebook Group started for Jessops Staff which has allowed us to share news, information and anything else we fancied.
Today I came across this post: http://henrywrwhite.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/who-took-my-picture.html
Now if you dont have time to read it in full, this is basically a photographers search for a photographer who photographed him around 10 years ago.
These are the main points:
• Stanstead Airport
• United Kingdom
• August/September in 2002 or 2003
• departure lounge for a day-time RyanAir flight to Nîmes, (southern) France
• a teenage boy and slightly younger girl photographed sitting in the departure lounge by an American/Canadian accented, middle-aged (roughly) woman
Above is a photo of the guy at the time.
If you think this was you or someone you know, then get in touch or ask them to contact me via the comments section on this blog, or on Twitter at @HenryWRWhite
Also please let me know too as I am now fascinated about this - my Twitter > @PhotoOomph
(Six degrees of separation is the theory that everyone and everything is six or fewer steps away, by way of introduction, from any other person in the world, so that a chain of "a friend of a friend" statements can be made to connect any two people in a maximum of six steps. - Wikipedia)
Surely if this is true we can find this person, share, tweet or create your own blog too. Lets find them.