Valerie brought along two treasured photographs she keeps that remind her of her late husband, Ralph Eskinazi. 

One is a photograph of Ralph looking into the camera while reading a newspaper during their first holiday together in Lytham St. Annes.

We look at the photo, at Ralph, as a viewer - but as he looks back at us via the camera, the gaze is reversed  - We don't know who took the photograph but as the viewer, we take the position of the photographer and look at Ralph objectively, without the influence of personal attachment. Valerie's gaze is subjective, intimate and emotional when looking back into Ralph's eyes through the photograph.

The other photograph shows Ralph as a young 'tiddler' of a boy, front and centre, in what appears to be a school production at the Lysée Français du Caire in Cairo, before the Suez Crisis resulted in Ralph being exiled to Britain where he eventually met Valerie.

Watch Valerie's interview here