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Founder, Really Real Resources
Graham Miller is a documentary photographer who has worked with at risk groups for over 12 years. He is also founder of Really Real Resources a Social Enterprise who are creating an archive of images showing life as it ‘really’ is for some of the most vulnerable in society. In 2017 Graham worked with Einstokborn a charity in Iceland photographing children affected by rare diseases on the stage of the National Theatre. Most recently he’s photographed Holly, who has Neurofibromatosis, as she underwent chemotherapy. The work was featured in Rare Revolution Magazine. You can see Graham’s work here.
Who is your hero?
Don McCullin – his work inspired me to be a photojournalist.
Where is your favourite place in the world?
Zakynthos, Greece. The only place where I totally relax.
What is your greatest achievement?
Turning a challenging childhood into a positive impact.
What is your wish for the future of rare disease?
Recognition, understanding and acceptance.