You are about to witness a journalistic depiction of my absolutely ridiculous & utterly insane life during the past two years. It hasn’t, by an… Read More
You are about to witness a journalistic depiction of my absolutely ridiculous & utterly insane life during the past two years. It hasn’t, by any means, been an easy road & I’m still stumbling along, trying to climb my way back from rock bottom.
My soap opera type reality has forced me to dramatically grow as a person & for being granted a second chance at life, I am truly grateful, for now I’m much stronger and finally feel capable of creating a better life for myself.
I sank to the point where my soul was dying & I actually did die for the second time, a week before my 28th birthday, which forced me to seriously evaluate myself & I was absolutely mortified when I finally saw myself clearly for the disgusting, embarrassing mess I had become.
I have improved a hell of a lot despite the unbelievable amounts of stress I have & still do endure. However, I try to embrace each day’s new challenges & am constantly trying to repair my life by learning to be the person I want to be and to not neglect myself, especially not for the sake of someone, or something, else.
Producing this series has become a somewhat type of therapy for me because for the first time, I completely tapped into my emotions from various experiences & was forced to confront certain nightmarish parts of myself, as well as deal with dark memories surfacing from deep within.
This series consists of photographs that are quite intense, depressive, in your face & will no doubt offend some viewers. I, myself, still have a bit of trouble looking at them & this funnily enough makes me happier with the results because I was able to evoke an ongoing emotional response within myself.
I am very proud of the person I’m becoming and of the progress I am making in my life even though there is still a long, hard road ahead of me. I believe these images to be the best work I have produced yet, plus it has made me appreciate my lessons learnt & face my demons, so ultimately I could realize and believe just how strong and resilient I really am. My psychiatrist was right… I am a fighter. Read Less