Dimitra
Dimitra

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Dimitra Trovas
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Dimitra
Dimitra

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Dimitra Trovas
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Jessica
Jessica

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Jessica Marinello
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Jessica
Jessica

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Jessica Marinello
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Dimitra
Dimitra

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Dimitra Trovas
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Jessica
Jessica

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Jessica Marinello
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Dimitra
Dimitra

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Dimitra Trovas
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Jessica
Jessica

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Jessica Marinello
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Dimitra
Dimitra
Jessica
Jessica
Dimitra
Jessica
Dimitra
Jessica
Dimitra

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Dimitra Trovas
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Dimitra

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Dimitra Trovas
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Jessica

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Jessica Marinello
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Jessica

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Jessica Marinello
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Dimitra

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Dimitra Trovas
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Jessica

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Jessica Marinello
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Dimitra

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Dimitra Trovas
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

Jessica

My aim was to draw the viewer into the series of photographs through the model’s pretty faces and warmness of their big brown eyes, while conceiving a desire to feel their soft skin. Simultaneously, I wanted to make the viewer uncomfortable, uneasy, and anxious in juxtaposition with the edgy, violent aesthetic of the shattered mirror sculptures and exposed flesh abrasions. The project’s identity was built upon this clash of opposing aesthetics. 

Model: Jessica Marinello
Make-up: Tina Honeycutt
Hair and styling: Maggie Lee

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