The fifth brave woman to share her story with us - Juliana is a survivor.Read More
Don’t judge me…Read More
You wouldn’t know it when you meet her, but Carolina has always been extremely self conscious and wanted to participate in the Faces project to realise her own beauty in her uniqueness.Read More
After being picked on and bullied at school for being a redhead, Caitlin wanted to feel beautiful on both the inside and the outside….Read More
The second participant of the Face Project.Read More
What does enough mean? Are you enough? Am I enough? What is enough?Read More
Introducing Emily - the first brave nominee and participant in the “Faces” project.Read More
What does your profile picture say about you? Are you playing a game of “Guess Who” with your potential clients?Read More
Friday is International Woman’s Day.
A day we can celebrate all the achievements of the women before us, ourselves and the future achievements of the women who follow us.
In honour of this I started to write a piece about feminism and what it means today, but then someone asked a really good question in one of my photography groups: “are [we] empowering women when we photograph them as glamour girls, etc. In a feministic sense, does that really emancipate them?”Read More