A Danish woman named Camilla works with a physical therapist during a weekly session in December 2014. Camilla has muscular dystrophy, and the exercises aim to stretch the muscles, release them from tension and delay the progress of the disease.
Camilla feeds her twins, Agnes and Esther. As much as Camilla might like to lift her babies, she can't.
Camilla is stretched during physical therapy.
Camilla's oldest daughter, Ella, plays at home while Camilla puts on her makeup.
A closeup of Camilla's back. Just as Camilla was open to welcoming a photographer into her home, she was willing to share intimate images of her body.
Camilla gets on her knees to spend time with her twins. It's the only way she can hug them. "I saw, in one gesture, both struggle and sweetness," photographer Claudia Gori said. "That picture touches me in a very intimate way."
"All the struggles are nothing compared to (Camilla's) positive spirit," Gori said.
Camilla's legs. On her right thigh, she has a big scar from the biopsy a doctor did when she was 3 years old. By examining this sample, doctors can distinguish different forms of muscular dystrophy.
Camilla rides on the scooter she uses to go out. She can't walk more than few steps.
Camilla takes a shower while sitting on a chair. It's one of the more difficult things she has to do.
Camilla spends time with her boyfriend, Jesper, in their home in Randers, Denmark.