'Look, I’m wearing all the colours' is an intimate visual exploration of a relationship lived with invisible illness as a third person. The book uses a breadth of different types of photographs to tell the story; both images that are poignantly medical related and candid moments of joy and intimacy.
"I started photographing Zara in the first throes of our romance. Images of eating, sleeping, kissing, laughing and nights out were soon joined by images of flare-ups, bruising, tears and hospital visits. Zara has fibromyalgia, hypermobility, OCD and depression - conditions causing her constant pain, both physically and mentally. They lead to life often feeling like it lacks cohesion and order - they can be overwhelming. I soon learned that this was something we were both going through, and I needed to make sense of our day-to-day life." - Rikard Österlund