A Photographer’s Remarkable Journey Back from Depression

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“Old photos bring back a time, a place, and a life that are long gone,” writes Malaysian photographer Jenn Wong on Bored Panda. “They remind you the people that are long gone. Unfortunately, I spent five or six years trying to heal myself from depression. I did not know how to make it back then. I disconnected from almost everything. In the process of self-healing, photography and getting closer to nature helped me a lot. Now I see everything from a different, colorful perspective. I love things in colors and I’m grateful for everything.”

We were moved by Wong’s story of creative healing, and are thrilled to share the results of her artistic therapy; to see more, check out her website and Etsy store, or follow her on Instagram.

(Jenn Wong)

(Jenn Wong)

(Jenn Wong)

(Jenn Wong)

(Jenn Wong)

(Jenn Wong)

(Jenn Wong)

(Jenn Wong)

(Jenn Wong)

(Jenn Wong)

To see more of Jenn Wong’s work, check out her website and Etsy store, or follow her on Instagram.