Since the lockdown I’ve been in regular contact with older people stuck at home for long periods of time. Their situation has worsened but, in many ways, it has remained the same, highlighting the social and health inequalities in our communities. Not one person I know has the Internet or a mobile phone. For a … Read More
An older woman sits in her living room, alone. She speaks to us about her day-to-day experience, an experience that a growing number of older people in our communities face. Her living room is a busy shopping centre and what is normally hidden from view is open to public attention. For eight months I … Read More
Gateshead City Council Taking place over two years this was a celebration of the history, people and stories of the Chandless district, an area undergoing massive urban regeneration and change. I met residents, past and present, recording their thoughts and memories, during the same time that the last of the estate was being demolished. I … Read More
A photographic project working with severely ill, hospital bound, older people to create original artwork and a series of digital collages incorporating words, portraits and objects This took place over a period of four months and involved relatives and hospital staff. A series of large-scale photographic panels are on permanent display at Jubilee Ward, Queen … Read More
Alzheimer’s Society A book of photographs and writing made with those diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease. This was a collaboration with writer Julia Darling and was commissioned by the Alzheimer’s Society.