I'd be lying if I said I didn't feel flattered. It was the ultimate compliment to even be considered to be a part of this project primarily because it wasn't about my looks at all. It was about the person that I truly am. About my thoughts on certain topics and conversations. I sincerely enjoyed this process because he wanted to capture me, ("you, "she", "her") in my natural environment. The photos were taken in my living room and though I seem to be super cheesy in every photo, it wasn't the standard "sit there and look pretty" situation. We talked about God, what we thought love was and what it means, we talked about careers and the fears you encounter moving back home after being in school. It was all about me. Looking at these pictures, I've never felt so happy to be in the skin that I'm in. And what I'm most proud of, is the fact that by me being the love that I seek, everything is falling into place. I don't worry about being noticed, appreciated or loved because I already know that I am. You never know who's peeping.
Thanks Moo :)