Facilitator


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Simon Bray is a Manchester-based artist and creative producer. He uses photography, audio, installation and text to explore the notions of place, identity and loss. Simon’s work has been shown at Manchester International Festival, The Whitworth, Southbank Centre, Brighton Photo Biennial, The Guardian, Telegraph Magazine, British Journal of Photography and on BBC Breakfast TV.

Simon’s Loved&Lost project has been seen by over three million people worldwide and is supported by the book, Loved&Lost – Volume 1.

What we (Should) Have Learned from the AIDS Crisis

Simon Bray: Telling Your Grief Story

The Grief Gift: Finding Meaning + Purpose After Loss

The Art of Pilgrimage – Going Back to Move Forward