Minnesota mom Kate Miller-Wilson uses photography to create an intimate portrait of life with her autistic son.
“My inspiration came from daily life with my son. He has a unique perspective on the world, often one that brings out the beauty or wonder in the ordinary. Being his parent is also a unique perspective; there’s this feeling that he’s always on the other side of this barrier that sort of varies in thickness depending on the day. I’m always seeking to reach him and catch little glimpses here and there. Since art is really about sharing perspectives, a photo series seemed like a natural choice.”
Read the full article on GOOD about how she is bonding with her son through her art, and giving the world a glimpse into the world she and her son share.