Twin Vision began building on its initial pinhole workshop success by putting together pinhole photography projects for primary children in the UK. These projects saw year 5 students supported in making their own pinhole cameras out of recyclable objects and then utilising them to experiment with exposures and compositions to create abstract images and portraits. A room was located within the schools usually a store room with ventilation and this was made light tight and installed with a photographic red safe light. Small groups were taken usually to locations within the school grounds to take their images so in order to enable a fluid workflow from image capture to the darkroom processing. At the end of the workshops the resulting images are curated into an exhibition displaying pinhole images along with quotes from the students.