You have to be fearless to travel around London if you are visually impaired.
That’s according to Joy Addo who takes various forms of transport across the capital to get to work everyday.
The 20-year-old has been visually impaired since the age of 9 after suffering from chronic iritis - a disease which causes inflammation to the eyes.
“You have to be a little bit fearless.” she said about traveling in London.
“When you have just your cane or even just your guide dog to rely on, you have to have inner strength to get to where you’re going.
“Because it’s not always straight forward.”
Joy, who works for the Royal London Society for Blind People and also as a waitress at Dans Le Noir Restaurant, is one of about 40,000 Londoners registered as visually impaired.