Daniel Regan’s on-going project Maytree explores the taboo of suicide through his experience of volunteering at the suicide prevention organisation.
Mike Kear reflects on the thoughts of the suicidal with Surface Tension — abstract images produced at various sites of suicides along the Thames Bridges.
In this short film photographer Daniel Regan discusses how photography saved his life & how he uses photography to engage in the world around him.
Photographer Marianna Cardenio presents her work A Personal Truth as an allegorical journey through the process of depression.
Ella Macnish is a photographer affected by mood instability and impulse control difficulties, finding passion in photographing her support network.
In 2004, after his own psychiatric hospitalisation, Daniel Regan began a five year exploration of abandoned mental asylums across the UK.
Ashley Hilgarth has spent a year photographing her younger autistic sister as a way for the siblings to grow closer, as well as showing how her sister views the world and the challenges she faces.
Noela’s project Irmá centres around the relationship with her sister, Sara, who is affected by Cri du Chat syndrome, using photography as a way to interact & understand each other’s worlds.
Aleksandra Stone is an artist and photographer from then Yugoslavia by way of the U.S. Her delicately intricate self-portraits straddle both photography and sculpture, taking an incredible amount of time to construct with a high production value.
Kev Hawken shares his project ‘Disorder’, exploring his experiences of living with generalised anxiety disorder for over a decade.