I have recently taken on the project of turning the camera to myself after years of being afraid of it. In each shoot, I take on a different character that I have in my mind, transforming myself physically and mentally into the mood and character of this imaginative figure. They usually start off simply, following the ideas of fleeting images between states of dreaming, hyperactively awake, or the in between. Many of the shoots show slow undoings of somewhat androgynous figures in strange environments, traveling deeper and deeper into my inner self , exploring its layers, swimming past images of...
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