There are three tasks in this project which lead to outcomes.1. A large class montage of photographs of each student.This is a project using digital photography (selfies) of your class and building a montage of all your pupils. Using Chila Burman as an inspiration begin to collage on a black and white photograph using felt tips, magazine cut outs, patterns and text to create a self-identity portrait. This project builds an understanding of an artist like Chila who amalgamates two cultures: Asian and British and there are examples of her work and student examples of outcome. There is a sheet on Chila Burman to hand out to students.There are also opportunities for students to do a photoshoot and to develop their own personal identity.Techniques used in the project are digital photography and Monoprinting skills. Students use their black and white photograph which they then draw into and then students do a mono-print which they then collage into and develop into the bright, media, pattern outcome like Chila Burman. There are two portrait outcomes. 2 Photographs of personal things and series of photos and also making drawings on computer using a simple Paint package.Students take photographs of their favourite things, try to make a series of things they have at home and to montage this in the style of Chila Burman. Chila loves to show a rich colourful arrangement of personal things that reflect her own identity and students need to set up their own still-life of objects and to photograph this. Students then take pictures of something that they have a series of and try to make a set of objects and put this into a composition. 3 Drawing of a large figure and to collage and do pattern work in the body shape. In this project students work in groups and outline their body shapes on a big piece of paper and then using magazines, sequins, patterns and paint and drawings students then collage into the body shape. Students can use their patterns they made on Paint to cut up and to collage in their body shapes.Students begin to question/explore their own identity, their favourite things, what they like, who they listen to, how they see themselves and try to bring this together in firstly their portrait work, but later get to work in a group exploring their own identity.