My Mother’s Journey

In February 2015 my mum was diagnosed with terminal cancer. She has an incredibly positive approach to the end of her life and agreed to have her journey documented. It has been a privilege to document time with her in her last moments.

She was diagnosed with cancer on 20 February, given her prognosis on 27 February 2015 and died on 8 April 2015.

I also wrote a tribute to her for her and my local paper, Flemington Kensington News.

Mum on the day she was diagnosed with terminal cancer

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Bittersweet news

The odd one out

How do you define one day from the next when you are dying

Playing statues

Don’t panic


Peacefully sleeping

Goodbye Mum

Empty space


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