|LOST AND FOUND by Isabel Albert|
She came to my home on 3rd April 2008 and asked if we had an empty room where she could photograph me - an empty room? In our house? Our house is so full of "stuff" so we decided to use the garden instead.
I was particularly struck by how she captured in the photograph the blank expression which typifies the visage of people with Parkinson's Disease although, in fact, this picture was taken at a time when I was actually feeling more expressive soon after starting on the heavier medication.
After the shoot, as it was a beautiful spring day, Isabel and her boyfriend, Neil, who came along as well, looked around Milford before returning to London.
I met them both recently at the opening of the exhibition at The Lightbox and they were both as charming as ever. A great photograph that means a lot to me and a great photographer.