My art is a journey of self-discovery, self-reflection and my perception of the human body. Humans can destroy their confidence from an isolated moment captured, a paused time fragment, something that reality would not notice, but a photo keeps forever, and we judge endlessly; we have an addiction to overanalysing ourselves. Through my photography, I look to challenge how we value ourselves and those around us, reveal the beauty of a subject and change the distorted reality we have created of ourselves. I draw inspiration from real people and stories, combining them with an exaggerated influence. I aim to
marry the ideas that explore dysmorphia, identity and self-love to fill my images with ambitious dreams, endless possibilities and happiness. I am constantly inspired by self-growth from myself and those surrounding me. My work reaches out to those seeking self-acceptance or just an appreciation for positivity and beauty.