We take photos constantly. A photo is a reminder of someone or something, a place, a relationship, a loved one. They’re our memory-keepers and our histories, the last thing we would grab and the first thing you’d go back to look for. But what if the photos were badly damaged as in the Japanese Tsunami in 2011?
Becci Manson is a photographic re-toucher who along with 500 volunteers around the world, spent 6 months in Japan helping people reclaim part of their lives via restored family photographs.
It’s quite a story and demonstrates how we can all come together to help in times of need.