Images that document the everyday life of people living with dementia have been unveiled as part of a creative project between Edinburgh Napier University and an Edinburgh care charity.
Photography, TV and music students have documented some of the stories of people being supported by the Eric Liddell charity.
Photography students Katariina Leinonen and Theodor Asoltanei captured Andy and Sheila Biggar’s visit to the centre’s Lunch Break service.
The photographs are now on display along with a film made by students John Smith, Shannon McCann, Ethan Brown and Ruaraidh McKay.
The footage documents the day in the life of an older woman and features the music of student Chloe-Rose Hughes who, along with her fellow student Fraser Greenwood, has been visiting the centre to lead music therapy sessions with day care clients.
Lindsay Morgan, placement co-ordinator for Edinburgh Napier’s School of Arts and Creative Industries, said: “All the students involved are very talented and have used their skills to create wonderful outcomes whilst also making the process enjoyable for everyone.”