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.
View online exhibition: https://bit.ly/2MqoaRt