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    Self-portrait began as a "limit" project; I limited myself to self-portraits that mask the face because I don't like photos of myself. During thi… Read More
    Self-portrait began as a "limit" project; I limited myself to self-portraits that mask the face because I don't like photos of myself. During this time, my great-grandmother was moving out of her house and had a mirror that I loved so she let me take it. I felt that it was a perfect disguise to use in masking my face; it was something people had used to look at themselves for many years and, in a way, I was disguising myself with it's past and present. The surreal, almost creepy feeling wasn’t what I was going for, but found it to be an interesting aesthetic. Overall, the project made me gain more insight on my interest with identity. Read Less
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Accepted into Metaphor publication, Spring 2015