Jan 26, 2014

A Photo Project That Is Honest and Empowering (23 pics)


By on Sunday, January 26, 2014

Called “What I Be”, the project asks people to complete a statement. This answer is then recorded as a phrase or “label” and the participant is then photographed in a close up portrait with their unique label. Here are some of the images captured to date. Steven Rosenfield is the man behind the project and was inspired by his own personal discovery journey.

“I am not my amputation”
“I am not my gums”
“I am not my gender”
“I am not my M.S.”
“I am not my dyslexia”
“I am not my cynicism”
“I am not my turban”
“I am not my reminders”
“I am not my shortness”
“I am not my sexual assault”
“I am not my motherhood”
“I am not my addiction”
“I am not my P.T.S.D.”
“I am not my anxiety”
“I am not my grades”
“I am not my foster care”
“I am not my void”
“I am not my incompetence”
“I am not my irritability”
“I am not my future”
“I am not my femininity”
“I am not my spots”
“I am not my facial hair”

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