(pt. 2) The other side. Though my bedroom has been a positive safe space of mine, it can also be abused. Whenever I’m dealing with depression I use it to separate and isolate myself which tends to prolong my down state of mind. It’s good for a period of time but it definitely can be harmful too. I can’t allow myself to be stuck here. I can’t allow my comfortability to numb all emotion. I need to connect with my friends and family, my loving community, to pull myself out of these struggles. 📸: @sweaterweatherr
One of my best friends @sweaterweatherr and I did a shoot a couple months ago, and it’s easily one of my favorites. This project represents how my bedroom has acted as a personal cocoon throughout the years. It’s where I feel the most comfortable and free to express myself without outside influence. It’s where I’m able to dream, process, and prepare myself for everything that lies ahead of me. In many ways it’s the outward projection of my mental state. More on this soon.
*my favorite shots* film camera + tennis courts (pt. 3) taken by the talented @megantbaker #filmisnotdead
film camera + tennis courts (pt. 2) captured by the phenomenal @megantbaker #filmisnotdead