The Face of Suffrage was a photomosaic created by Helen Marshall a 65ft portrait floor graphic that was on public display at Grand Central Station, Birmingham . The artwork includes 3724 individual pictures uploaded online from the public. This was created to mark 100 years since women won the right to vote. In light of this it was a great honour to be able to present predominantly about Punjabi women from the Apna Heritage Archive at Birmingham Hippodrome arranged by GRAIN photo hub. It was also good to give representation about Punjabi Princess Sophia Duleep Singh who was the god daughter of Queen Victoria and more importantly the daughter of the last King of Punjab, Maharaja Duleep Singh. Sophia was was of the main protagonists of the Suffragette movement. The audience had never heard of her so I was honoured to give the privilege of sharing her part as suffragette and ‘ Votes for Women’ . Many Thanks to Nicola Shipley director at GRAIN who had given the opportunity to present at a full house in Birmingham along with good friend Geoff Broadway from the ‘Living Memory’ project, both our projects from the Black Country!