The invisibles is a photo series dedicated to revealing the casual ways in which the ways the viewer unknowingly disrespects those with disabilities in their day-to-day lives.
With eyes staring unwaveringly back at the viewer the audience has no choice but to come to terms with the fact that these are people that they have ignored at some point in their lives.
Kat also highlights that in some circumstances disabilities are not always obvious, and that in fact many disabled people may appear able bodied upon first meeting.
Date Taken:October 20, 2016
Country of Origin:Canada
Camera:Canon EOS Rebel T3i
Kat is a storyteller from Toronto Canada. For the past two years she has geared her work toward human connection, with a focus on raising the voices of those in marginalized communities. Her passion for portraiture is palpable and her work evokes emotion. She carries an intuitive knowingness of her subject and their struggles through the lens, which inspires change and action in her viewers.
Kat is currently pursuing an Honours Bachelor of Photography Degree from Sheridan College.