Like a veiled layer of glass, our skin and body project ourselves into the world around us.
What happens, however, when the filter is reversed? How do our bodies and our skin help filtering external inputs and protect us from everything around?
Why does it always feel necessary to appear and pursue an idea of perfection that is imposed on us daily by society? Where do our fears and insecurities between us and the most cherished thing at our disposal, our bodies, come from ?
The frailty of glass wants to analyze the most intimate and particular structures of our souls through a clean, honest and less fashionable photography approach.