BFA in Photography
Rhode Island School of Design '18

My current photographic work, Seeing Faces, explores the ways in which photographic portraiture has distorted our understanding of self. I offer ways to combat this misrepresentation by presenting methods of depicting selfhood through bodily abstraction. As a consequence of this removal of a figurative form, in viewing my work, either selfhood will surface as the main subject of the photograph and remove all predetermined notions that the viewer can place onto a physical body—or the viewer can read into the images their own narrative due to the intense abstraction.  

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