The final journey. That was what it was for me. Back to Dhaka for a presentation of the work achieved by our community. The calm that reaching the inevitable consequently brings. Hot and heavy humidity. The turning from summer to monsoon season and a two-hour ride on a ferry. “We just do this to relax. …
‘Etta Ki?’ 3 year old peering into my lens trying to work out what on earth I was holding. I pressed the shutter and he realised. I wish I had invented the camera and no one knew what I was holding. All images copyright of Diana Patient 2014. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to commission work.
Work with Amy Elizabeth Childspresenter and producer for the BBC. London. Have a look at the rest of work on my website. All images copyright of Diana Patient 2014. Email email@example.com for commissions.
“We just do this to relax. We work so hard.” “Can I watch?” “Yes. Why not?” Crew of cards and smoke on the ferry in Bangladesh, en route from Bagherat to Dhaka. Copyright Diana Patient 2013. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
New work on my website including portraits, Tu Sei La Prima Vera and all the photographs from my editorial with online magazine Be Exposed, The Truest Nobility. Enjoy! http://www.dianapatient.co.uk
I want to meet and photograph new people. I probably want to meet you, because you’re different and I would love some different faces to work with. So for a short time away from my normal work I am opening the doors and lowering my prices but not for long. Read on to find out …
I’m back from Bangladesh. What a beautiful experience. While I prepare stories and deal with reverse culture shock of coming back to the UK, have a photograph of Durjoy the little boy who stole my heart. And if you’re wondering whether Bangladesh changed me, it did.