Captain David Seath Memorial Fund beneficiary features in Help for Heroes Creative Force exhibition


We were delighted to learn recently that photography, produced by Captain David Seath Memorial Fund beneficiary Steve Mills, featured as part of #HelpforHeroes #CreativeForce #Exhibition.

The exhibition launched at Mall Galleries #London last year which showcased an emotive, visceral collection of photography, paintings and model-making, highlighting the power of creativity with regards to supporting recovery from life-changing physical and psychological wounds.

Steve exhibited a specific image, titled ‘My Safe Place‘, who said:

“The photograph I have chosen to exhibit is of my safe place. This is where I go when I need some time out. I have this photograph on my wall at home; sometimes just looking at it is enough to bring me back.

“Being creative gives me a focus, when I am out with my camera I lose all track of time. It enables me to get outside of my own head and forget what’s troubling me for a while.”

Our sincere congratulations to Steve; an inspirational story, demonstrating how #creativity can be accessed as a pathway towards recovery.

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