I have interviewed and photographed over two hundred people on a range of personal and meaningful topics, from identity and self-construction to dreaming and dying. I find that a generosity of spirit and a quiet gentleness encourages interviewees to engage openly with the camera, and to reveal their wisdom. Acknowledging that both interviewing and photography are a communication between two people enables me to elicit genuine and insightful stories about people and their lives. I work with photography, text, audio and video.
Category: Digital Storytelling
Marie, from a Greek-speaking background, shares her story about what it is like to live with metastatic breast cancer.
Six women living from different language and cultural backgrounds tell us their story about what it is like to live with breast cancer. A compilation video for communities.
What is it like to care for a family member at home when they are in palliative care? How does that change your relationship? How does it change how you live your life? What is it like when they die? How do you cope with grief? What are the benefits and difficulties of looking after someone in palliative care when you live in the Goulburn Valley?