British photographer Celine March-Bank is a quiet observer of the every day, keeping a photographic journal of her mothers terminal illness. Her work is rich in symbol and narrative; simply a documentation, an honest evocation of a terrible time.
Celine’s work is simple but beautiful and has gracefully captured something so terrible and uses the subjects within the photograph to illicit questions and pull out metaphors.
It is a series powered and dictated by emotion and truly asks for the viewers attention eliciting a reaction. The work is tasteful, thoughtful and well considered.
Having previously created my own visual diary/photobook documenting my own health problems, this work hugely relates and inspires me.