Joanne has worked as a freelance photographer in England since 2011. Alongside her wedding, family and corporate photography business, she creates magical storytelling images that bridge the gap between reality and the imagination, often using light or composites to portray love and joy through adversity and sadness. Joanne's own personal life experiences losing a child, bringing up an autistic son, and living with a gene that makes it likely she will get cancer has led to her passion working with disabled children, bereaved families and anyone facing challenges in life. She aims to not just take a picture, but show the deeper truth and tell a story of a moment in time.
Portrait Series Inspired by the Traveling Dress Project Brings Attention to Baby Loss Awareness Week
After having been invited to participate in the Traveling Dress Project, photographer Joanne Lewis knew she wanted to create a portrait series to help others.