Mini artist photoshoot at St Pancras International station

Today I was playing my songs to travelers at St Pancras International station 🙂 on one of the station resident pianos! 🙂

This year I was invited by photographer James Hall to help coordinating a series of portraits of Polish artists living in UK. … And also be a subject of one of them :). I would love my songs to be enjoyed by people from all over the world so what better place to place me playing them then at one of the biggest train stations on the planet with multitude of people from various walks of life? It was quite scary, my fingers were shaking but thankfully one smiling lady, a traveler from USA, came up to us & started filming us & encouraging me to play more :). After we finished, we took part in the national minute of silence remembering those who lost their lives on 7/7/2005 in London tube terrorist attacks. I now have a task of choosing the most favorite picture (not easy!:) before the series is finished & we can hopefully organise an exhibition honoring the work of all incredible people who agreed to be involved in the project. Stay tuned 🙂 Unedited shots below.  All photographs – ©James Hall at www.justaddpictures.com

7/7/2015 - playing my songs to passengers at St Pancras station, photographed by James Hall - as part of the series honoring Polish artists living in UK -  ©James Hall at justaddpictures.com

7/7/2015 – playing my songs to passengers at St Pancras station, photographed by James Hall – as part of the series honoring Polish artists living in UK – ©James Hall at justaddpictures.com

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7/7/2015 – playing my songs to passengers at St Pancras station, photographed by James Hall – as part of the series honoring Polish artists living in UK – ©James Hall at justaddpictures.com

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7/7/2015 – playing my songs to passengers at St Pancras station, photographed by James Hall – as part of the series honoring Polish artists living in UK – ©James Hall at justaddpictures.com

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  1. thank you 🙂 that ‘s very sweet 🙂

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