It was a long time coming for this project thanks to life and its never ending obstacles; But I am extremely happy to be able to say my two part photo series is finally complete! Thank you Conner for helping me out and being so patient out there. Who needs assistants right? x-D
I often find myself feeling overwhelmed by society today and get to the point where I want to forget about it all and go live on a deserted island somewhere. But then, of course, reality comes knocking and I have to face the fact that it will never be this easy. So, instead of spiraling into a deep depression over it, I have decided to remind myself and others that even if we can't have our deserted island, we can still have a moment; any moment that is all our own.
The focus was more on witnessing a human, a woman specifically for part one of this shoot, with absolutely nothing but themselves and nature around as it was when our species began. I wanted to show that we can find peace and happiness without the bells and whistles we've come to relentlessly rely on. In playing with my feelings of frustration I aim to explore what it really means to be me, us, human, alive and in the moment.