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Visible 60 Women at 60 is a collection of portraits and stories that gently pulls back the curtain and allows a glimpse into the personal experience of being a woman in her 60s in today’s world. Between 2012-2017 photographer Jenny O'Connor photographed 75 women who were 60 or close to it when their portrait was taken. The portraits, along with words written by the women themselves became the book 'Visible 60 Women at 60'. The stage show "Stepping Out at 60" brought the images to life with the women telling their remarkable life stories.  See Jenny telling her story below. 

View the powerful audio visual stories and the full set of portraits on the Visible Women at 60 Facebook page and 

Media 

Read the Huffington Post article-19 Oct 16
Read the Broadly article-17 Oct 16    
Listen to the interview with Jessie Mulligan on Radio NZ -23 Sept 16 
Listen to Access Manawatu radio interview -16 Sept 16 
Read the article from the Manawatu Standard -17 Sept 16
Senior Planet (New York) website article - 11 Sept 2014 
Book review - Tony Bridge - April 2015
Book review - Dr. Cathy Dunsford April 2015 
Radio NZ- Interview with Kim Hill - March 2015
Irish Examiner Nov 2015
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