Revisiting Families 5 Years later

In 2015 we went out with F.A.S.T to create a series of filming highlighting the complex diagnosis of Angelman Syndrome. You can view the project here. Five years on we revisited the families plus a whole lot more to understand what changes have happened, what new support there is and how far the science has […]

Raising awareness of a rare disease

The Foundation was founded by parents of Angels, a term for to people with Angelman Syndrome, a condition discovered by Dr. Harry Angelman. They have been on a quest to find therapeutics to help support families with Angels. Angelman Syndrome (often abbreviated AS) is a severe neurological disorder characterized by profound developmental delays, problems with […]

How to Belong to a community

The City of Ryde sought to understand what social inclusion meant to the people of its community in the efforts to create a fair and inclusive social justice plan for the future. Supported by dLux Media Arts, I spent a week within the community, moving from aged care facilities to council towers, I attended local […]