Julian Germain began to shoot different classrooms in the UK, for the interest of clarity, but also to see the similarities and differences between the schools. He has a special way of taking a class portrait. He goes straight into the class while they have class, and ask them to remain seated. Maybe he moves a child so that no one will be obscured, but then he takes the picture right where he is standing – so real portraits are created, both in time, rooms and emotions. The project grew, and now he has photographed in many different countries. His exhibition “Classroom portraits” is now travelling around the world.