To me photography means everything,
to them photography doesn’t mean anything.
For a period of four months I was fascinated by
the youngsters living in the small town of
These young people are all challenged by a
combination of visual and mental handicaps.
Even though they all have to live with these
multiple constraints, They are being integrated
as much as possible in everyday life like we know it.
Together with this diverse group of young people
I discover what it means not being able to see properly or
even being completely blind.
I realize that for a visually impaired person,
a photo means nothing more than just a piece of paper.