First Portrait: Exploring the Ego

To whom it may concern:

I’ve been toying with the idea of creating a project showing us as we are when we are vulnerable. My humble stumbles with photography, because there are way better photographers and artists out there that could do this more… rebelliously, have shown me that when you are behind the camera, you are invisible. The subject of the image has control of the content and the end result, because after all it is her who’s sharing the story. My duty in this journey is to be the invisible mirror and the interactive listener, and as such everyone involved has to have their voice heard at all costs.

This first post is for my indulgence only. Before I become the invisible actor taking the images and writing stories for you to read, I leave here proof that I’m also visible.




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