Understanding Stanley: Looking Through Autism

Author(s) : Rosie Barnes

Understanding Stanley:  Looking Through Autism

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Understanding Stanley: Looking through Autism is a beautiful, enlightening and groundbreaking book that helps make the invisible, visible. With 64 colour images made over a period of 14 years, this book will help you to feel, not just to think. A mixture of observed portraits of Stanley and images that represent autistic characteristics and experiences, the pictures are supported by brief quotes and comments from adults who are on the autism spectrum.

As seen in the Guardian Magazine, Foto8 Magazine and on Huffington Post.

Endorsed by Uta Frith, Donna Williams, Clare Sainsbury, Charlotte Moore, Simon Baron-Cohen, Rita Jordan, Mark Power (Magnum Photos) and more; and both UK charities The National Autistic Society and Ambitious About Autism.

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Rosie Barnes is a documentary photographer with a strong and distinctive narrative style.

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