The images show the health technicians in situations that they experience on a daily basis, using defibrillators, EPI equipment, oxygen cylinders, stretchers, immobilisation and mobilisation material.
Shoot & edit
The photographs were taken by professional cameraman, José Gomis, who also edited the calendar and says there’s a reason why everyone’s naked.
"Capturing them in their daily reality, naked and in black and white is like reflecting their soul, because their work also affects them emotionally," he says.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused widespread poverty and job insecurity and the objective of the calendar is to raise funds for NGOs which are fundamental in such dire circumstances.
“We did four shoots and I don't know how many photos I took but these are the results but what's most important is the message: they will be there, wherever and whenever we need them and they'll be organised from the minute they receive the alert until the situation is resolved,” said Gomis
The Calendars can be bought as follows:
Via the Mallorca Sense Fam website at www.mallorcasensefam.org Via the Mallorca Sense Facebook page From the solidarity shop at 12 Avinyó street in Son Espanyolet from Monday to Friday, between 10:00 and 13:00 By sending an email with your name and address to email@example.com.
The calendar costs 10 euros and can be paid for via: