Competition Gallery

 

Clare Hewitt

Professor Raymond Tallis, Professor of Geriatric Medicine, from 'The Value of Life and Death'

Course: BA Commercial Photography, Arts University College, Bournemouth

 

In Britain the law relating to assisted suicide is in a state of confusion, and has recently been the focus of extensive public debate.

Through producing these portraits, and interviewing her subjects, Hewitt has attempted to make a more humanistic link between individuals and the wider arguments. The work examines how compassion and understanding on a personal basis interacts with society’s moral, legal, medical, and sociological values.

www.clarehewitt.co.uk


Lesley Close, Relative of Dignitas patient, from 'The Value of Life and Death'

Course: BA Commercial Photography, Arts University College, Bournemouth

 

In Britain the law relating to assisted suicide is in a state of confusion, and has recently been the focus of extensive public debate.

Through producing these portraits, and interviewing her subjects, Hewitt has attempted to make a more humanistic link between individuals and the wider arguments. The work examines how compassion and understanding on a personal basis interacts with society’s moral, legal, medical, and sociological values.

www.clarehewitt.co.uk


James Harris, Head of Campaigns and Communications, Dignity In Dying, from 'The Value of Life and Death'

Course: BA Commercial Photography, Arts University College, Bournemouth

 

In Britain the law relating to assisted suicide is in a state of confusion, and has recently been the focus of extensive public debate.

Through producing these portraits, and interviewing her subjects, Hewitt has attempted to make a more humanistic link between individuals and the wider arguments. The work examines how compassion and understanding on a personal basis interacts with society’s moral, legal, medical, and sociological values.

www.clarehewitt.co.uk


Lady Jane Campbell, Life Peer & Independent Crossbench Member of the House of Lords, from 'The Value of Life and Death'

Course: BA Commercial Photography, Arts University College, Bournemouth

 

In Britain the law relating to assisted suicide is in a state of confusion, and has recently been the focus of extensive public debate.

Through producing these portraits, and interviewing her subjects, Hewitt has attempted to make a more humanistic link between individuals and the wider arguments. The work examines how compassion and understanding on a personal basis interacts with society’s moral, legal, medical, and sociological values.

www.clarehewitt.co.uk


Professor Peter Cave, Philosopher, from 'The Value of Life and Death'

Course: BA Commercial Photography, Arts University College, Bournemouth

 

In Britain the law relating to assisted suicide is in a state of confusion, and has recently been the focus of extensive public debate.

Through producing these portraits, and interviewing her subjects, Hewitt has attempted to make a more humanistic link between individuals and the wider arguments. The work examines how compassion and understanding on a personal basis interacts with society’s moral, legal, medical, and sociological values.

www.clarehewitt.co.uk


Naomi Phillips, Head of Public Affairs, British Humanist Association, from 'The Value of Life and Death'

Course: BA Commercial Photography, Arts University College, Bournemouth

 

In Britain the law relating to assisted suicide is in a state of confusion, and has recently been the focus of extensive public debate.

Through producing these portraits, and interviewing her subjects, Hewitt has attempted to make a more humanistic link between individuals and the wider arguments. The work examines how compassion and understanding on a personal basis interacts with society’s moral, legal, medical, and sociological values.

www.clarehewitt.co.uk


Professor Peter Beresford, Professor of Social Policy, Brunel University, and Chair of Shaping Our Lives, from 'The Value of Life and Death'

Course: BA Commercial Photography, Arts University College, Bournemouth

 

In Britain the law relating to assisted suicide is in a state of confusion, and has recently been the focus of extensive public debate.

Through producing these portraits, and interviewing her subjects, Hewitt has attempted to make a more humanistic link between individuals and the wider arguments. The work examines how compassion and understanding on a personal basis interacts with society’s moral, legal, medical, and sociological values.

www.clarehewitt.co.uk


Angela F, Sufferer of Huntington’s Disease, from 'The Value of Life and Death'

Course: BA Commercial Photography, Arts University College, Bournemouth

 

In Britain the law relating to assisted suicide is in a state of confusion, and has recently been the focus of extensive public debate.

Through producing these portraits, and interviewing her subjects, Hewitt has attempted to make a more humanistic link between individuals and the wider arguments. The work examines how compassion and understanding on a personal basis interacts with society’s moral, legal, medical, and sociological values.

www.clarehewitt.co.uk


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