Photographer Bob Lee shares his most recent work revolving around fulfilling the last wishes for terminally ill patients in Assist Hospice.
Bob is a highly decorated photographer with many international awards under his belt. Before he started his own photography business, he was a photojournalist for Lianhe Zaobao. He then his own photography business, The Fat Farmer (www.thefatfarmer.com), not only to pursue his own interests but more because he wanted to spend more time with his autistic son.
His most recent work revolves around fulfilling the Last Wish for terminally ill patients patients in Assist Hospice, who are left with very little time, in hopes of helping create happy memories for these patients as they walked their final journey in life.
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