The Belgian photographer Charlotte Abramow needs no introduction. The young revelation began to collaborate with magazines and artists at 17; in her personal work, she works the bodies and asserts her feminist spirit with the sweetness and humor of circumstance that are her trademark. Thus, with her Maurice Project, the photographer followed the remission of her father for 7 years after cancer and a coma. Between documentary and fabulous tale with its happy ending, through its chapters cut in studio portraits and its story of everyday life, the images capture the strength of the aging body, its laughter, and its vulnerabilities. This is how Abramow works, listening to bodies and personalities and using her imagination in the studio world.