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Momentum Skills Launches ‘Welcome to my World’ Photography and Art Exhibition

Momentum Skills Launches ‘Welcome to my World’ Photography and Art Exhibition

Grampian Brain Injury Service client Alison Rydlewicz with her exhibit at the "Welcome to my World" exhibition,

Momentum Skills in Aberdeen has launched the ‘Welcome to my World’ photography and art exhibition which depicts images representing client’s individual experiences of life following an acquired brain injury.

Momentum’s clients have been working hard to develop a photographic flair during their time attending the Grampian Brain Injury Service. 

The digital photography course is designed to encourage individuals to not just see the world around them, but to engage with it in new and imaginative ways. This is done with the support of tutor Mark Wyness who works with clients and provides strategies that encourage clients to work creatively. 

Following an acquired brain injury, life can change very quickly and often the most seemingly insignificant of things can come to mean so much.

Liz Howarth, vocational tutor at Momentum Skills said: “The ‘Welcome to my World’ exhibition is a celebration and expression of individual perspective.  Momentum is delighted to provide a platform to this important and meaningful work.”

The event took place at the Grampian Brain Injury Service, Migvie House, 23 North Silver Street, Aberdeen AB10 1RJ.