Pictures of inspiration

Photographer and filmmaker Andy McGregor and athlete Paul at last week’s portrait launch at the Kettle Café.
Photographer and filmmaker Andy McGregor and athlete Paul at last week’s portrait launch at the Kettle Café.

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.