Caring for people with autism is rewarding and incredibly difficult. Witnessing such innocence is both beautiful and terrifying; these people who often have no voice are some of the most vulnerable people in society. This set acts as a photographic language, visually expressing what many living with autism cannot express verbally. The images attempt to show the quiet gentleness of one of society's most misunderstood minorities, and the effect it can have on their carers.
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