Norwich photographer hopes to open conversations on mental health

After buying a camera during lockdown, he applied to study photography at Norwich University of the Arts, where he has worked with other students. “Doing that was quite liberating. I find it hard to talk about my own personal emotions… Collaborating with the other artists, a lot of stories come out. It’s not just myself… the other students use art as a therapy for themselves or to help others.”The exhibition will run at Bluey Bluey from 5 May to 8 May.”Its trying to open conversations around mental health,” Mr Walsh said.”There are all these stigmas around it, but if you go to an exhibition that’s based on mental health then everything’s on the wall there – the conversation is already open.”

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