Three young artists convey their experiences of multiple sclerosis in the hope of helping others with their diagnoses.
To find something good out of something bad was the brief given to three young people. They all have multiple sclerosis (MS) and have been creating artistic works that examine how it has affected them in positive ways.
The final pieces - a combination of portraits, photographs and jewelery - are part of a project being run by multiple sclerosis charity Shift MS.
They show, they say, that "no two people have the same experience of MS".
Photographer Hannah Laycock is 32 and works in London. She was diagnosed with MS in 2013 after showing symptoms since February of the same year. Her initial fear was that she had motor neurone disease, which her father has had since 2009. Instead it was confirmed that she had MS.