This poster is meant to represent my experience at the Imperial Horizons Change Makers sessions. There are drawings of objects that are seemingly unrelated, but were all used as a part of the sessions. Some explanation is provided in the words between the drawings, which act at the links between them and they join everything together. There is not a full explanation as the work set in the sessions tended to be open ended, brief and down to interpretation and this is how I have represented this in my poster. I have used a variety of colours to show the diversity in teaching throughout the sessions, the diversity of people involved in the sessions and also the occasional randomness and unpredictability of the sessions. However the whole poster seems to have somewhat of an order, which is how I felt that the sessions were structured. The bright colours also represent how the sessions were captivating throughout due to the activities keeping everyone actively involved. I also chose to hand draw the poster as I feel like this shows my personal experience of the sessions and reflects it better than a computer made poster would have.Hi my name is Jacob Billing, I study Physics BSc at Imperial College London and currently have just finished my first year of the three year degree. I am 19 years old and from a small town in the North East of England. I enjoyed my experiences at the Horizons change makers sessions and would like to share them with you.