Woman at Home
Part I (self, 2017)

More on the series;
A modern enquiry set to question old values that no longer fit a contemporary world and the diverse roles women are now playing. Provocative, raw, and open-ended, the subjects faces (identity) are intentionally veiled or partly so, to allow viewers to identify their own interpretation and personal meaning. The work aims to open a conversation about traditions, equity and identity and to highlight thoughts and ideas that perhaps now belong only in our past.

This initial chapter was an exploration of an expansion of self, after the birth of my first child. The series moved into an ongoing long-form collection a few years later featuring a different subject per part.