Bolingbrook man documents son's brain hemorrhage, recovery
BOLINGBROOK – When Chris Wilson’s young son, Miles, suffered a massive brain hemorrhage in April 2011, the Bolingbrook resident sought therapeutic refuge behind the lens of his Nikon camera.
“Photography is my release,” Chris Wilson said. “During his time at the hospital and six-week journey to recovery, standing behind the lens helped me cope with what I saw him go through. Miles is so strong – he’s a fighter; I needed to be strong for him, too.”
Two-and-a-half years later, Miles is a fully recovered Independence Elementary School student, and Chris Wilson, an IT professional, has catalogued hundred of photos and more than 50 hours of video into a photo journalism portfolio he has dubbed “The Miracle.”
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