9 years ago Henry was on holiday in Portugal when he hit his head on the undulating sea bed and dislocated the fourth vertebrae in his neck. He was left unable to move from the neck down. Over the next 6 months in hospital, he fought for recovery. This time took a lot from him, including his passion for art. Whilst recovering, he used an app that let him draw by holding a stylus in his mouth. He then re-taught himself how to paint by attaching the utensils to a mouth stick. He has since been commissioned by The Times to create a work for the cover of their first rugby World Cup supplement.
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