Sixteen is a nationwide group project created and led by Craig Easton in which leading contemporary photographers collaborated with sixteen year olds from all walks of life all around the UK to find out what it means to be sixteen in Britain today. The work challenges notions of social mobility or meritocracy and asks young people to express their hopes, dreams, ambitions and fears for the future exploring how social background, location, gender ethnicity, health etc all influence what young people think they can achieve in life.