Life took an unexpected turn when photographer Flo Fox’s vision and motor skills became severely impaired due to multiple sclerosis. But that didn’t stop her from practicing what she loved most, photography.
In this short documentary by Riley Hooper, we get to follow the tenacious photographer around New York City as she spots scenes with her limited vision and directs her aid to operate the camera. The film’s unique singular perspective of Flo reveals the amazing character and spirit that she embodies. Her unapologetic story of growing up on the streets of NYC and tackling subjects of a less-than-savory nature is a testament to her dedication and lust for life.
Word of warning: there are some NSFW stills shown in documentary. Check out more about Flo Fox on her website.