Snapper profiles the '˜Humans of Wakefield'

A Photography student is chronicling the people of Wakefield for a project that will be turned into a book.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 9th June 2017, 10:25 am
Updated Tuesday, 13th June 2017, 3:36 pm
Photography student Cerys Dyson is doing a project documenting the people of Wakefield and their lives.
Photography student Cerys Dyson is doing a project documenting the people of Wakefield and their lives.

Cerys Dyson, 22, of Altofts, said: “The Humans of Wakefield exists to document the lives and stories of people within the city - to break the stereotypes and cultures we’re known for. I have been registered as sight impaired for many years now. I live with several other physical challenges but am delighted to be doing photography at Wakefield College.”

The pictures will be shown at The Hepworth on June 27.

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Jo Ricmond was profiled for Cerys Dyson's 'Humans of Wakefield' photography project.
Cecile Jones was one of Cerys Dyson's subjects for her photography project which will be shown at The Hepworth on June 27.
Jo Ricmond was profiled for Cerys Dyson's 'Humans of Wakefield' photography project.
Cecile Jones was one of Cerys Dyson's subjects for her photography project which will be shown at The Hepworth on June 27.