Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Father, son stay connected through photography

For Steven Tryon, photography is more than just a passion for capturing the world around him — it’s a chance to connect with his son, Robert.
For the past five and 1/2 years, Robert, 33, has lived in a group home in Webster through Heritage Christian Services, a human services agency supporting children and adults with developmental disabilities. Robert is what Steven, of Brighton, said is termed “developmentally delayed,” and he is non-verbal.
But by sharing with Robert his interest in photography, Steven said he has been able to stay close with his son.

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