My name is Muata Hunt and I am a portrait/fashion photographer from Chattanooga, Tennessee. I haven't been doing photography for long, but I have been doing it long enough to be able to communicate some emotions and ideas through it. I appreciate this creative medium, because I can illustrate my thoughts to whoever sees my photos, and maybe there will be a chance that they will see something similar to what I envisioned.
This series entitled: "Chivalry Is Not Dead", was inspired by the Spanish word for "knight/gentleman", 'caballero'. My friends and I wanted to explore the idea of gentlemanly gestures through a series of images that purposely do not show the face/body of the man, only his hand/arm. The reason for this is to focus on the gesture itself and the reaction caused by it. Additionally, it is to understand that the identity of the "knight/gentleman" does not matter, but rather, the gesture and the impact it has on the person they are doing it to/for. In this case, a "caballero" does not have to be a male, it can be anyone.
My website: https://www.muatahunt.com/
Thank you @papercutmag for the opportunity!