Naomi Woddis is a photographer living with two chronic invisible conditions, Lyme Disease and Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. Naomi is currently the artist in residence at the Free Space Project, an award winning arts and wellbeing charity based at Kentish Town Health Centre in north London.
Her residency will culminate in an exhibition, ‘The One I Love’, which will explore the relationship that people living with long term invisible conditions have with their pets. She will be taking portraits and interviewing people about the impact chronic conditions have on our lives.
This crowdfunder will help with the costs of printing and framing.
Invisible conditions are often misunderstood. It is Naomi's hope that by showing tender and loving relationships we have with out pets it will allow greater insight in to what it’s like to live with chronic illness.