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What began as a self-imposed weekly photo assignment — “Stand on a bench. Make sure it’s Monday. Wear something pretty.” — transformed into this who-am-I photo-tale exploring the individual in various environments and apparel.

A former fashion editor and reporter on style-related subjects, I abandoned the world of words and appearances and moved to India nine years ago to study yoga and dive into the inner universe. My past and paths now collide in this project – personal façade vs. private interior.

Wardrobes and surrounding spaces are representations and reflections of who we are or who we purport to be. We explore, experiment and express the different aspects that are the ingredients of our individual, whether we are aware of it or not. Be it wild or controlled, we inevitably illustrate a part of ourselves.

The self-portrait series “Once Upon” whimsically plays upon this illustration. With a platform on which to stand, I investigate the host of personalities within, the layers that make up the self, the characters we hide, show, accept and reject, and the role that fashion and design play in molding those characters. My closet is colorful, a menagerie of clothes and accessories amassed on my journeys; though a collection untouched, unworn. Here, it has place and purpose. Headless self-portraits, piled with textures, lend a sense of objectivity, obscurity and freedom from identification.

fishnet bench
suitcase bench 3
tire bench
green dress bench
ladder bench

indian bench
fireplace bench
red bench
bricks bench
construction bench

ax bench
pink bench
nun bench
airstream bench

credenza bench
stripes bench
book bench
brazil bench
joy tea bench

yellow ball bench
suitcase bench
horse bench
pig bench
chai bench

ghost bench
wallpaper bench
suitcase bench ii
lubitel bench
tracey feith bench

white bench
window bench
hepburn bench
pink skirt

office bench
gaghra bench
miniskirt bench
blue bench
tray bench