Maybe you like to go fishing on Sundays, or perhaps you’re a sucker for a bit of arts and crafts. Stephen Crowley’s hobby is Photoshopping his 18-month-old daughter into dangerous-looking situations. And he's fantastic at it.
Hannah has a rare immune disorder called HLH, and has had chemeotheraphy and a bone marrow transplant.
Crowley is putting his daughter into some delicate situations without any of the danger.
He told indy100:
She had a very rare immune disorder called HLH and spent 6 months of her first year in hospital, receiving chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant, which is the only possible cure.
Of 27 million worldwide donors, three were deemed suitable, and an anonymous German lady donated. Because we missed out on so much normal stuff of the first year, we take tons of photos now that we're able to do normal things out of isolation.
She is doing much better now, in and out of hospital, but she's lots of fun, always smiling, and has a great sense of humour given what she's been through so far.
And this is why he decided to design the photos:
I work as a designer, so thought it would be fun to worry family by putting someone delicate in precarious situations. Most of the reactions have been positive, with the odd person not getting the joke and commenting I 'should be shot'.
Crowley is raising money for Be the Match, which connects donors with those in need of bone marrow. It's a fantastic cause and you should check it out right here, as well as read up on how to donate yourself.
Here's Hannah at the water's edge:
And behind the wheel:
Here she is in the park:
And here she is just hanging around:
Here she is helping her dad cook: