Lynette is one of seven residents taking part in a multi-media initiative marking the 21st anniversary of the International Day of People with Disability.
The Town of Victoria Park launched My Life, My Place at Lathlain’s Kettle Caf� last Tuesday.
The project includes a photo exhibition in local cafes, portraits displayed on outdoor banners, temporary black and white photo installations in public spaces and buildings, plus a digital projection night on Isaia Corner for December.
The collection of photographic portraits includes Lynette, Chris who cares for his son Joel, customer service expert Ramy, Paralympic hopeful Paul, Rose ” the founder of the Children’s School of Contemporary Art ” young Sharing Our Future volunteers Dylan and Kelsi and well-known Kensington Secondary School gardener George.
They were taken by and teamed with a documentary created by 25-year-old Fremantle-based photographer and filmmaker Andy McGregor.
He said he enjoyed chatting and hanging out with his subjects. Visit the Town’s facebook page or www.victoriapark.wa.gov.au/community/events/my-life-my-place
See the photos at Kettle Caf�, Lathlain Place, until December 16.