Many of the photography jobs I get involve photographing people, for national news stories.
99% of the time I don’t get to see my images published, unless I look for them. And nobody else would know that I took the images, as they won’t have my name mentioned – which is standard practice.
This was a recent assignment, in which I photographed Rebecca McKenzie, a 42-year-old biology teacher from Cornwall, who took part in a child-parent research study which resulted in her, her three children, her mother, brother, and two nieces being identified as having familial hypercholesterolemia (FH).
The full story can be read here https://www.ahsn-nenc.org.uk/child-parent-screening-rebeccas-story/