This is an excerpt from a short film I’m making about people who suffer from Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS).
This video and my photographs were shown on the Guardian website and were also published in the Weekend Magazine on the 30th March 2013 (see tear sheets below).
You can view more of the portraits from the project on my website.
I hope to screen the full version of the film alongside an exhibition of the photographs later this year. For more details keep a look out on my blog or follow me on twitter
I have had an incredible response to my project Electrosensitive: Outliers in a Wireless World since it was published online and in the Guardian weekend magazine at the end of March, with people getting in touch from all round the world. However, there has been some confusion as to whether this project was commissioned by the Guardian or whether it was initiated by me. So, just to clarify, I self initiated this project back in early 2012 and self funded it entirely. I brought the complete project – interviewees, photos and video excerpt – to the Guardian. They then commissioned Nicholas Blincoe to write an article about EHS, and as part of that he spoke to a selection of people who have taken part in my ongoing documentary.