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Male Anorexia: photography




I am a documentary photographer based in Bristol. I photograph social issues that I am passionate about.






I recently self-funded a documentary set covering Anorexia in men.






The set follows one young man’s struggle with the condition, and aims to show not only the physical condition, but the overall effect that it has in isolating the individual from society.




I also wanted to show the person, in this case a talented creative writer.




For the full story please click HERE.

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