"I have not always been comfortable in my own skin. I truly feel that once I started modeling, it allowed me to open up. As a model, you are often opening up to someone you hardly know anything about (the photographer). When I model or act, I put myself in my own world, and I have an emotional connection with the camera. A photo/video shoot allows me to be myself."
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"Jordan declared that she wanted a prop and grabbed one of my dining room chairs. I’ve never had a model just grab something and start posing with it before, but I went with it. While she was on the chair facing away from me I was lucky enough to capture it. To me this photo isn’t just a girl looking back from a chair —there is something mysterious happening here. She looks like a person who has seen things."
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"This issue is something that frustrates me, being that we come from a world where the nude body was once illustrated as prestigious art, the fact that we have lost that appreciation is what troubles me. However I’ve instead propelled my frustration in a positive direction and have made it my duty as an artist to restore that appreciation one way or another through my work."
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