Tim Andrews’ moving portrayal of Parkinson’s Disease at Woking Lightbox | Culture24

Exhibition: Over the Hill: A Photographic Journey, The Lightbox, Woking, February 1 – 27 2011

When Tim Andrews was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2005, his lifelong tendency to look on the bright side was put to the ultimate test.

The degenerative neurological condition changed his life forever – but not in the detrimental way one might expect.

Ironically, since being forced to retire as a solicitor, the 54 year old Surrey resident says he’s “never felt happier”.

His Parkinson’s Disease experience has also become the inspiration for a compelling digital installation at The Lightbox Gallery, Woking.

The installation dramatically showcases powerful portraits of Andrews, taken by more than 100 photographers since the onset of his illness.

via Tim Andrews’ moving portrayal of Parkinson’s Disease at Woking Lightbox | Culture24.

 

A photo of a man standing at a train station

 

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