A fashion and portrait photographer for the past ten years, I was drawn to do this series three years ago. It gave me the oportunity to approach the nude and to work with the feelings and ambiguity of persons revealing their intimacy. This is in contrast with classical nudes, where the face disappears behind a beautiful body lacking a personality.
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