To look at your past and scoff at it would be a tragic act to do. We learn from it, and in time we need to accept it for what it is and what the universe put in front of you to battle off because it knew you could hold up the weight of the world. Don’t let it haunt you to the end of the earth. Don’t let it creep up on you in the middle of the night. Just keep telling yourself that you will be alright.
I guarantee we will never in our lives see the day that every single human that walks this fragile earth, become fully satisfied with themselves and the way they look. So while we strive for the idea of perfection to consume us, we might as well see the beauty in others and the world around us, which will then influence the way we see ourselves and our own soul, and if that is fulfilled, the wave of self love will then be accomplished.
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For this photo series, I wanted to capture the essence of teenage girls and highlight natural features. These photos were taken on 35mm film and with no editing. I dabbed glitter, blush, lip gloss and mascara on my best friend and had her stand in front of a sheet in my bedroom.
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A film photo series capturing the hot air balloon in Post Mills, Vermont taking off.
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Recently, I took some shots for my friend Evan for his budding hand-made clothing company called FOOD. It’s so up and coming, it isn’t even available yet. Evan’s soft tees and odds and ends feature hand sewn felt letters that spell out qualities or things to Evan. Below is my visual representation of the company.
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These self portraits by Frances Weger show power in being a young girl. Her honest and raw face and natural features are contrasted with a sword and are complimented by bright florals.
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