In cooperation with

Cince Johnston
Freddy & Ceydie


On April 20, 2008, a man in Croatia died. As part of his post-mortem legacy, he saved the lives of two individuals in Belgium—those of the author’s daughter, Ceydie, and of a man named Freddy––thanks to liver transplants. Ten years later, they met one another––75-year-old Freddy agreeably and 13-year-old Ceydie with pubescent protest.
This project is a visual portrait that documents the lives of Ceydie and Freddy, with the intent of raising awareness around the impact of deceased organ donation.


Cince Johnston (b. 1968, Calgary, Canada) explores intimate family narratives alongside street documentary and activist-based storytelling for change. She lives and works in Québec.

Under the patronage and with the contribution of

Main partner

With the contribution of


Charity Partner