Two people with autism have started their own cafe in a bid to create job opportunities for other people living with the condition.
Selena and Frankie opened Aubergine, a cafe tucked away in one of Cardiff's arcades, as a space specially designed for people with autism.
Ear plugs to block out background noise, individual seats and adjustable lighting have all been used to create a safe space for customers with autism.
The owners also want to provide job opportunities for people with autism, who often struggle staying in employment.
Difficulties with employment is something Selena has experienced. They faced disciplinary action in a previous job by managers who did not understand their behaviour.
"I was watched, micro-managed and disciplined for things that didn't make sense,'' Selena said.
Selena now wants to end the discrimination faced by both autistic employees and customers.
For Morgan, who is employed at the cafe, working there has been an empowering experience.