The Play

There is something unique and empowering about women, especially when they take center stage in a narrative or story. The complex splendor of women and their pivotal impact on storytelling has always fascinated me in literature and film. These staged photographs, reminiscent of film stills, capture moments that blur the distinction between reality and fantasy, suggesting the possibility of something unorthodox. The recurring motifs in my work are awkwardness and surreal elements, allowing viewers to question the nature and story of the work. With precise subject placement and an eerie stillness, my work captures a moment that feels both too perfect to be real and too realistic to be an illusion. Through the timeless quality of these photographs, I seek to create a sense of wonder and invite viewers to experience a distinct universe by challenging them to rethink their perceptions of reality and fantasy.