After discovering that she had Parkinson’s disease, Torrance York focused her camera on the challenge to integrate this life-altering information into her sense of self. York’s photographs in Semaphore speak metaphorically about her shift in perspective post diagnosis. Her quiet, generous, and luminous images bare human vulnerability, while inspiring optimism and connection. Over 10 million people worldwide live with Parkinson’s disease. While Semaphore is relevant to the Parkinson’s community, it also connects with others whose journeys require growth, patience, and perseverance to move forward.