As photographers, we spend the majority of our time behind the lens. For the most part, we find strange comfort in this routine. We choose to hide because we are shy, because we are unhappy with our own image. However, in that rare moment of insanity when we do decide to step in front of the camera, we are entirely liberated from all our insecurities. We are vulnerable, yet the most powerful we’ve ever allowed ourselves to be. We are seen, we exist.
As masters of our self-image, we release into the world our twisted yet honest versions of who we are meant to be.