An analogue photography project with psychologically charged metaphoric images, empathically representing the emotional experience of a Dementia sufferer. Combining imagery and text,  the images are presented in a sequence that reads as a poem. 

Reflecting a melancholic tone, the intention is that the viewer absorbs an empathic understanding of Dementia sufferers. 'My eyes are still able to see, my ears can still hear, my hands and heart can still feel. I am just forgetting the memories of my present and past existence, gradually'.

My mind's a bog, can't clear the fog. Words can't be jogged, my brain is clogged. But wait, what's that I hear? I do declare That sounds like something familiar. I see the light, it's becoming clear Now I can see way back there.