For the past few months I've been taking part in the Fine Art Photography courses at my University. Creating (or attempting!) 'fine-art' has been new to me, but I've always really enjoyed photography so it has been a lot of fun too!
During the first quarter I created a series entitled Anti-Identity. Currently I'm re-shooting and kind of re constructing it all in order to take it even further. This idea of 'Anti-Identity' came to me when I was once asked to create an Identity portrait. I'm not sure if it's my 'third-culture-kid' status or what, but somehow this concept didn't appeal me. I didn't want to label myself, and also I wasn't quite sure what to label myself as. Well anyways I sucked it up and followed the assignment and made this (hehe!) and the idea of 'Anti-Identity' was put on the back burner.
Then came along this fine-art photography course and it felt like the perfect time to really look at what identity is, and to delve deeper into the subject. As I mentioned, it is still a work in progress, so I wont reveal too much about my ideas or findings about identity, but here are the photographs from my first quarter's series.