'Like Monkeys on a Rock', group show, Averard Hotel, Hyde Park, London, England
‘Working.Class’, Palace of Culture, Vatslav Vorosky, Menshikova St Tikhoretsk, Russia
‘The Children of Gaza’, Meem Gallery, Dubai, UAE
‘The Children of Gaza’, Orient Gallery, Amman, Jordan
‘The Children of Gaza’, Virginia Commonwealth University, Doha, Qatar
‘The Children of Gaza’, Sultan Gallery, Kuwait city, Kuwait
‘Desert Faces’, The Sony World Photographic Awards in Cannes, France
Dawton and McFarlane were invited as guest speakers and exhibitors at The Sony World Photographic Awards in Cannes, France. They gave a lecture on self-publishing and charitable work.
‘Desert Faces’, Exhibition and book launch, London, England
The Silent Witnesses of the Niger Drought book was launched at Albion, the Norman Foster designed gallery in Hester Rd London. Along with the launch was an accompanying photographic exhibition and charity auction. More than $250,000 was raised and will help fund a three year water and sanitation project with UNICEF in Niger. This initial investment will enable wells to be built in twelve villages bringing clean water to over 12,000 people. Niger has the highest child mortality rate in the world, rates of suffering that are comparable to conflict zones and to the worst emergencies in the world.