Daniel McNee can't remember what happened a few minutes ago, last week, or any of the events of his own past. A devastating illness destroyed his memory function over twenty years ago. Since then he’s created a fascinating and complex system of coping mechanisms called ‘processes’ to navigate through life without a memory - piecing together his own history and fighting to hold on to his independence.
BBC 2 Scotland 2011
WINNER: BEST PERSONAL NARRATIVE: SCOTTISH MENTAL HEALTH AWARDS 2012