Charlotte’s work is in the frame

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WISBECH resident Charlotte Eades-Willis, who lives with autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and dyslexia, has proven once again that her conditions are no barrier to her success.

Charlotte, who was finally diagnosed with the conditions when she was 13, has joined 90 other local artists, photographers and crafts people to display her photography at Realitas Community Arts Centre, at Peakirk, one of the largest not for profit art and crafts exhibition and sales centres in the East of England.

Charlotte said “My interest for photography started at a very young age when I got a children’s two handed Kodak camera. My interest has now become a passion and I am currently studying for a Lens Based Media degree”.

“Being able to exhibit my work at the Realitas Community Arts Centre is a real plus and it shows what people can do when they really put their mind to things. I hope local people will go and see my work there” she added.

Neil McGregor-Paterson of Realitas Community Arts Centre said, “We are delighted to be partnering with Charlotte, her work is outstanding and Charlotte is a great role model for anyone living with a long-term health condition.”