My lovely better half took part in this project with Rankin and it’s now due to be aired this coming Saturday on BBC2. It’s intelligently presented, powerful meditation on mortality, photography and what it means to be alive.
Here’s a bit about it:
BBC North and Liverpool Museums have joined forces to bring the latest project of one of the worlds leading photographers, Rankin, to The Walker and BBC Two’s The Culture Show.
Best known for his compelling portraits of modern icons, ‘Alive: In the Face of Death’ sees the photographer focus his lens on members of the UK public who are living with a terminal illness.
The Culture Show has had unique behind-the-scenes access as he focuses his lens on people who are living with a terminal illness, or have been forced to confront their mortality through personal or professional experience.
So BBC2 10pm Saturday 13th July and then on BBC iPlayer.