Scotsman Article

Following the release of Autism:Hearts of Angels I met with the amazing Jenny Paterson Director of the National Autistic Society in Scotland. Originally planned as fund-raising,with the support of my employer, the project developed into a mentoring programme with a group of young autistic adults. The final exhibition ‘Too Much Information’ was shown for a month at the Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling. Not only was the work great but the whole process was rewarding for everyone. Very nicely described by Sam Gurrey in the Scotsman article. Sam also kindly agreed to cover printing costs.

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