The Year in Focus – 2014

So once again we’re heading towards that end of year time when many photographers roll out their ‘Year in Pictures‘ features showing some of their work from over the year. So it seems fitting that I post up some pictures from the range of work that I’ve shot this year. Some of it was shotContinue reading “The Year in Focus – 2014”

The Empty Chair

For anyone that might not be aware Parkinson’s Disease is a long-term neurological condition that affects the way the brain co-ordinates body movements including walking, talking and writing and it affects both men and women. It is caused by a loss of nerve cells in the part of the brain called the substantia nigra. The nerveContinue reading “The Empty Chair”

The Rupert Annual

This week is Parkinson’s Awareness week. I’ve written a couple of posts previously here on Room 2850 called ‘Living with Parkinson’s‘ and ‘Shadow on a Wall‘ both of which can be seen HERE and HERE They both show some of the photographs that I have taken to date as well as explaining a little more about Parkinson’sContinue reading “The Rupert Annual”

Shadow on a wall

I wrote a post here on Room 2850 in December 2011 (which can be seen HERE ) showing some photographs I had taken and explaining a little about Parkinson’s Disease and how it affects people. In this case my father Dave Forsyth, who has suffered from Parkinson’s for a number of years. In this post IContinue reading “Shadow on a wall”

Living with Parkinson’s

In this the first post on my new blog ‘Room 2850‘ I want to show some photographs that document the progressive effect of Parkinson’s disease on Dave Forsyth, my father. Parkinson’s is a long-term neurological condition that affects the way the brain co-ordinates body movements, including walking, talking and writing and affects both men and women,Continue reading “Living with Parkinson’s”