party supply portraits. (2018)
Because the idea of being a party of one became such a huge focal point of my work for the past two and a half years, I felt like it defined my identity. In this series, I literally became one with being a party of one and used party supplies to cover my face. It was hard to take these portraits because my vision was obscured in the process. The Party Supply Portrait series left me vulnerable and challenged me to see myself beyond my work and not let what I do define all of my identity.
celebration lifestyle. (2017)
revisited my self portrait series "party of one" (2016), to explore how being a party of one influences my lifestyle and creative work through curating my social media and creating colorful textiles, photo styling, and piñata keepsakes.
hair party. (2017)
inspired by the idea of being dolled up for an occasion, I built an atmosphere of nostalgia and whimsy as a way of documenting my handmade hair accessories.
party of one. (2016)
a self portrait series where I created positive images of myself in order to combat negative thoughts about self-esteem and body image. It's the idea of being comfortable in your skin and not being embarrassed to celebrate yourself.