Defeating the odds with a selfie – one man’s remarkable true story.
After being diagnosed with cerebral palsy after a lack of oxygen at birth, years later 27 year old Lewis Fisher was also told he would never take his own selfie.
It’s something he took upon himself to change and worked with photographer and friend Richard Ansett to do so.
Using a speech generator the duo have been telling us how this project came about, what a selfie means to Lewis and about an upcoming exhibition they have been working on together, which is taking place at Mother London in Shoreditch on the 15th of this month.
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