Beam me up

Alt text: An edited black & white image of a hospital room containing radiotherapy equipment – the table, arm cuffs & a special piece of equipment – similar to a weatherproof sailing bag, moulded to my shape – which held me in position for the treatment.  Beam me up: 6 weeks after having breast cancerContinue reading “Beam me up”

Avoiding the guillotine.

As part of my recovery from breast cancer, I started a series of images that featured a guillotine, specifically from the French Revolution (I’m a French language student, no coincidence!)  I had this strong image in my head from the early days of diagnosis and it’s an image that’s grown stronger over time.  Living withContinue reading “Avoiding the guillotine.”

Completing the 64 Million Artists’ January Challenge – my first week

1st – 8th January 2021. @64M_Artists #TheJanuaryChallenge http://www.64millionartists.com One of the hardest things about recovery from cancer surgery & subsequent treatment, is that you’re never quite sure what your new level of fitness is going to be, & how long it might take for you to start feeling a little bit human again.  I’ve beenContinue reading “Completing the 64 Million Artists’ January Challenge – my first week”

Completing the 64 Million Artists’ January Challenge – my first week

@64M_Artists #TheJanuaryChallenge http://www.64millionartists.com 1st – 8th January 2021. One of the hardest things about recovery from cancer surgery & subsequent treatment, is that you’re never quite sure what your new level of fitness is going to be, & how long it might take for you to start feeling a little bit human again.  I’ve beenContinue reading “Completing the 64 Million Artists’ January Challenge – my first week”