The Julia Margaret Cameron Trust
Arts and culture (Culture)
The Julia Margaret Cameron Trust (JMCT) was established in 1993, aiming to prevent the demolition of a property known as Cameron House in Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight. This property and the adjoining property, Dimbola, were the home of Julia Margaret Cameron, the celebrated Victorian portrait photographer. Shortly after the purchase of Cameron House, Dimbola was offered to the Trust by the owners. The property is principally a photographic museum, centred around the work of Mrs Cameron which include many celebrities of the day. Triodos Bank continue to support JMCT with on-site works.
Arts and culture
Triodos Bank finances arts and culture because we believe it contributes to the quality of life of a society connecting ideas and people, reflecting, and provoking and encouraging positive change. Art can elevate individuals and groups beyond a purely materialistic society.