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RNOH Funding Appeal Reportage

Multimedia Film On Amazing People

This is the most important project I did during 2012; a look at an amazing hospital in Stanmore, Middlesex called the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH). The original film was first commissioned by the hospital’s charity to help raise funds. After filming I spent several days at the RNOH with the aim of just shooting images. Leica M9s to hand, I was fortunate to see some wonderful moments and combined with a recent visit to the children’s ward by the hospital’s Patron, HRH Princess Eugenie in December, I decided to make a completely new edit of the film, incorporating the photographs.

 

Photography From The RNOH

Photo Reportage On An Extraordinary Place

As we count down to the launch of the RNOH (Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital) funding appeal, we thought to share a few images from the photographic exhibition accompanying the premiere screening of our film. The event will be at one of the Royal Palaces later on today. To say it’s an exclusive and special venue would be an understatement.

The RNOH is known for transforming people’s lives and our film, launched later on tonight, will go into more detail. Meanwhile, here are the images: