Survivors:  Life Unfiltered - An exhibition at OXO Wharf

November 4 2021
Richard Booth Photographer & Maddy Warren “Queen of Dialysis” invite you to a unique photography exhibition shining a light on the strength, resilience and vulnerability of those living with Chronic Kidney Disease. The exhibition is free to visit and is from the 26 Oct to 7 Nov 2021 (11am - 6pm).

Survivors: Life Unfiltered is a joint creative project between Richard Booth, award winning photographer and Director, and Maddy Warren aka “Queen of Dialysis”, copywriter.​

They have devised this project using art and storytelling as a way to portray the strength, vulnerability and resilience of those who are affected by Chronic Kidney Disease, shining a light on some of the challenges they face. Their aim is to share thought provoking, inspiring human stories that offer a different perspective on the world, as well as to provide important education about kidney health. By displaying our images as diptychs, we are seeking to contrast people’s outward facing daily lives and passions, against the less visible but significant time commitment and reality of living with their condition.

They have photographed and filmed interviews with over 30 people and families; our “Survivors” range from two to 78 years old and come from all walks of life. Their stories are all unique, covering topics as diverse as facing mortality, mental health, body image, gratitude, survivor’s guilt, silver linings, reconciling with a “new” normal and finding hope whilst living with a life limiting condition.

You can find out more about the Living with Chronic Kidney Disease initiative and the Survivors: Life Unfiltered Photography at

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