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Sharon Johnston

I am currently studying HNC Photgraphy and decided having had health issues that led us down the path of investigations for epilepsy. That for My major unit I wanted to try and show what is often an invisible illness visually during my research i came across megans image campaign poster. And thought you may like my Images to use for future campaigns, as it shows an often forgotten type of seizure that really is invisiable.....Absense seizures and the impact they have on a person trying to live their life.
I have uploaded one but i have 4 more scenarios i can send.

Sharon Johnston
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