Unfortunately, we are no longer able to support photographers seeking to work with people who hoard.
This is a result of a photographer misrepresenting the purpose of their work.
HoardingUK is seeking legal advice on behalf of the people involved.
Blink Films are producing a documentary that will begin filming in the new year and are currently looking for pairs living together whose lives are affected by hoarding.
This is a positive documentary looking to raise awareness of hoarding and help individuals and families affected. It will offer FREE professional treatment to those who take part to help them manage their hoarding and overcome their situation.
Perhaps you have great difficulty discarding possessions? Or excessively collect or buy items that are not needed or for which there is no available space? Is the amount of clutter in your home interfering with your family’s everyday life, your ability to move around your home or even go outside? Perhaps you are refusing to leave the house for psychological reasons and need the courage to go outside again?
If so, Blink Films would like to hear from you.
They are interested in hearing from people with hoarding behaviours and the carer/friend/partner/parent they live with in order to see if they can improve the situation through the use of expert help and therapy.
If you fit this description and wish to talk, please get in touch with Alicia Bailey by email or 020 3150 2742
We are able to write letters, make calls and work to bring professionals and people who
deal with hoarding behaviours to find a way forward. Please get in touch by letter, phone or email.
137-149 Goswell Road
London EC1V 7ET
T: 020 3239 1600
Office hours: 10:00-17:00 Monday-Friday