Imagine, for just a moment, a world where no one cared what car you drove, what designer handbag you carried, or what job you worked at. Can you sense the freedom? But this isn’t reality, because we do care. And because we care we’ve developed habitual masks to please and impress others. We are trapped in shackles of the modern society.
One of our greatest fears is that if we show our true selves, the world will say, “Oh, it’s just you.” But being just you is actually the best and most perfect thing you could ever be. With these shots I wanted to drive home the point that we’re perfectly imperfect and also hint the relief we get when we shed the masks. Our imperfections make us human, unique and relatable.