Introspection is a body of work which looks at young people's relationship with religion and spirituality, and gives an individual time for deep reflection, in an increasingly fast paced multi cultural world. Each sitter is placed in a pitch black studio, devoid of light and sounds, except for those outside the studio environment for 10 minutes. They are asked to reflect on the relationship they have or don't have towards the subject of religion and/or spirituality. An image is taken at two points during this period which captures their body language and facial expressions whilst contemplating this subject. The resulting images show individuals who have come, or are coming to terms with what their own beliefs really are.
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