Lives Well Lived
It seems to me that the older we get the more invisible we become. This project started as a series of portraits of my elderly neighbours at a community initiative that provided a monthly lunch for those living alone. As a society we have an uneasy relationship with old age and by extension the elderly. This series of portraits taken at the Luncheon Club and at outings arranged throughout the year tells a different story, one that reveals a community engaging with its elderly citizens and one that values the contribution they still make to village life, a community they have helped shape and continue to do so.