I love getting to know the people and learning about their everyday lives - especially how they can have such a positive impact on others.
For my project, my intention is to capture images of these amazing people who have a disability/illness within their home environment. I want to give a personal insight in to their everyday lifestyle by spending a few hours with them - rather than 30 minutes - and intend to have a sequence of 7 - 10 shots per person.
I recently had the pleasure of starting my project off by photographing Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s at the age of 29. She has continued to inspire people and front campaigns for Parkinson's UK. Eventually I would like to create a series of images to enable me to put a book together and an exhibition.