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Cancer & Me 30 Years On (Chapter 9 - Hong Kong and Back to Reality)

It was 1989 and Paul had taken early retirement from his full-time teaching post at Liverpool, but had the opportunity to work there part-time for two days a week. 1,032 more words

Mature Student

Cancer & Me 30 Years On (chapter 8 - Good News, Bad News)

A few weeks after my interview I heard that I had been accepted onto the BA (hons) Graphic Design course at Liverpool Poly. I was ecstatic and applied for a grant. 1,472 more words

Cone Biopsy

The Waiting Room

THE WAITING ROOM

Breathe.
Keep thoughts clear.
Choose my own loop.
Hand.
Pick.
Each.
Thought.
At.
A.
Time.
Laser point focused,
as the sun
through a magnifying glass. 147 more words

Breast Cancer Survivor

Forging My Own Byway

Forging My Own Byway

Thoughts.
Feelings.
Spinning.
Running into each other.
No way out.

All the words.
All the poems.
Weave together.
A web of dichotomy. 208 more words

Breast Cancer Survivor

Work so far...

I invested in a box to keep all of my work for this project in one safe place (I have a habit of loosing things) after the recommendation of Chris Glynn. 80 more words

Illustration

Cell collages, part two, March 2014

Although I prefer these collages as they seem more complex like cells, I still need to experiment with different mediums to get the visual affect I’m thinking of.

Illustration

Cell collages, part one, March 2014

As a way of experimenting with mediums I created these collages of cells from patterned paper. They don’t really convey the type of cells I wanted to illustrate as they have an organised, geometric feel when realistically the cancerous cells are chaotic and still largely¬†unpredictable. 16 more words

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