One hundred years after women first gained the right to sit in Parliament as MPs, an exhibition of photographic portraits of all current 209 women MPs has gone on display in Westminster.
Above is the image taken of me by photographer Tabitha Jussa.
A collective of women photographers from all across the UK came together to volunteer their time to make and mark history – celebrating the centenary of women’s suffrage and championing the visibility of women, particularly in environments that are still largely male-dominated.
The ‘209 Women’ exhibition is on display at Portcullis House until 14 February 2019 and free tickets are available on Parliament’s website. The exhibition will then travel to the Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool.