Author: Neale James | Duration: 8:52min
There are 850,000 people in the UK with dementia. Nearly a quarter of a million people will develop the condition in the next year. It’s one of the main causes of disability in later life, yet still there is no cure for what many people consider an ‘unfashionable disease.’ In 2011 professional photographer Mark Seymour started to document his father Ronnie’s battle with the disease. This film shows a little of that body of work; A Portrait of Ronnie
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Neale James was voted best wedding photographer in London and the South East at the 2014 Wedding Industry Awards, and is widely regarded as one of the leading documentary photographers in the UK today. A former Radio 1 broadcaster, Neale's background in sound alongside his documentary photographic style has seen him become the pioneer of the wedding Photofilm.