In 2010 we began working with The Phyllis Tuckwell hospice to produce a series of portraits of their patients. The project culminated with an exhibition at The Old Truman’s Brewery later that year. A series of 8 portraits were exhibited alongside written accounts from the patients discussing what the photographs meant to them and why having their photo taken, no matter how difficult, was such an essential for their families and their own photographic legacy.

Now in 2018, we’re glad to announce that the project is relaunching once more as a photography exhibition and documentary. The short film will focus on every area of the process and feature interviews with patients discussing the importance of photography and impact it has had on their lives now they are facing terminal illness.

Check back for frequent updates on the project and exhibition details closer to the time.