Self Portraits Of Other People is an inquiry into the dynamic between photographer and model. Acknowledging a commodified and fragmented body, here it is dismantled, rearranged and reassembled to include both parties in a single hybrid entity.

To facilitate this, photographer and model exchange roles: both parties take a turn behind the camera whilst also submitting themselves for it’s scrutiny.

In this way, conventional power structures are disrupted and the act of photography becomes reciprocal.

The distinction between the two is thus blurred on both sides of the camera, raising questions of authorship, ownership and identity.