I am not who i think…
As we grow up we collect many ideas of who we are, we strive to fit into our world by adopting ideas of who we are, labels to identify ourselves with, philosophies to align ourselves with; all in an attempt to give ourselves a sense of self, a sense of belonging, of recognition or sometimes a mask to hide behind. But don’t hold onto these too tightly, don’t be afraid to try new ideas, to shed old versions and always take the time to look past these ideals, to remember what you’ve always known but may have just forgotten or lost along the way - that beyond all these mind made versions of you is the real you, the real human, the essence of life itself. Beautiful, vulnerable, yet strong and full of unconditional love.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY LIRIYA LEE
I THOUGHT I WAS…
Part of poster series carrying simple statements of moments where I questioned who I was and what I felt.
From a series exploring photography as a vehicle to explore self portraiture and my relationship with my physical body.