We were honoured to welcome the esteemed photographer Benedict Redgrove to The Malle Mile in 2021, to document and celebrate the people behind The Mile, which resulted in this nomadic exhibition titled ‘Milers’. Selected images will be unveiled across Malle events in the summer of 2022, culminating in an exhibition in London this winter. Where all prints will be auctioned off with 100% of the proceeds going to Movember, to help with their crusade to get all of us talking and acting on the thoughts, feelings and physical phenomena that we as men experience.

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Benedict Redgrove

Is an award winning photographer and filmmaker working in the areas of science, engineering and technology. He strives to capture the scope and scale of pioneering technology and human endeavours, invoking an emotional response and asking what they mean to us.

Redgrove’s work grants viewers a window into secret often hidden divisions of some of the most advanced companies across the globe, such as NASA, ESA, British Aerospace, Lockheed Martin Skunk Works, UK and USA Ministry of Defence and McLaren.

His work creates a place of calm and contemplation with an aesthetic that is clean, conspicuous and devoid of any miscellaneous information.

His gargantuan project NASA // PAST AND PRESENT DREAMS OF THE FUTURE was created over 10 years in close collaboration with NASA.


Men’s health is in crisis. Globally, men are dying 6 years earlier than women, and for largely preventable reasons. As the leading charity tackling prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention on a global scale, Movember is making change happen.

In our mission to stop men dying too young, Movember funds ground breaking health projects, – 1,250 and counting – uniting experts from all over the world to accelerate research, progress and change. Year-round, we’re hard at work raising funds and awareness, culminating in our month-long annual moustache-growing event in the month formerly known as November. The month of Movember is globally recognised for its fun, disruptive approach to fundraising and the unique ways it prompts men to take action for their health. Since 2003, more than 5 million Mo Bros and Mo Sistas across 20 countries have joined our global men’s health movement, helping men across the world live happier, healthier, longer lives.

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