Every year the Financial Times launches a seasonal appeal to raise awareness and money for global issues.
This year it has turned the focus on the very real and sadly topical subject of modern-day slavery.
To help highlight the issue the FT has published five real life stories by its interactive design and journalism teams, which tell the tales of those who have suffered from the terrible trade in human trafficking.
Her use of mixed media collage sets the atmosphere for a series of truly horrific scenarios, but her work also serves a worthwhile cause.
The seasonal appeal is run by the FT, in partnership with Stop The Traffik.
Each image in the appeal's scrolling, interactive web page links through to a story, such as this one highlighting the plight of migrant female workers from Nepal.
The stories come from across the globe and some of them will hit closer to home than you might think - for example the FT says the number of trafficking victims in the UK has shot up.
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