For me, photography is a way to explore the complexities of identity and the ways in which we present ourselves to the world.

That's why I've been working on an ongoing series of photographs of faceless women. These women are captured in various settings, but what they all have in common is that they are unidentifiable.

By obscuring their faces, I am inviting the viewer to look beyond the surface and to focus on the emotions and actions of the women in the photographs. Each image tells a story and I hope that by photographing these faceless women, I am encouraging viewers to question their own assumptions about identity, beauty and the role of appearance in our lives.

My goal is to create a series of images that are both thought-provoking and visually striking.

I started this series as a result of my working environment. Being the only woman and feeling unseen and vulnerable.

Faceless Woman - Ongoing Series

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