Miles Pilling now captures photographs from the seat of a disability scooter, but he began his career as an advertising photographer in the 1980’s. He then spent an active 20 years working as a cameraman, director and video journalist for the BBC.
In 2014, aged 46, his TV career was cut short by a diagnosis of motor neurone disease. Friends have nicknamed him “scooter shooter” because of his unusual working method and his determination to continue creating images despite being unable to walk around with a camera.
Examples of work on display:
In the driving seat