Audio slideshow: The funeral photographer

A professional photographer from London has found a niche in the market for taking family pictures. Priscilla Etienne has started up a business charging £500 to take photos at funerals. She says she wants to "descarify" the grieving process.

Reporter Tom Bateman from BBC Radio 4's Today programme asked her about the sensitivities of the job - and met one of her first clients.

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Images copyright Priscilla Etienne. Music courtesy KPM Music.

Slideshow production by Paul Kerley and Tom Bateman. Publication date 3 November 2010.

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