I'm a feminist and fashion photographer from Mexico City. I believe in fashion as a tool for society to change and improve, not only for being pretty and cool. So, I like to shoot people trying to do statements of what we (my team and I) think and see.
"False Hope" is named after Laura's Marling's song. It talks about how people who shares the same building is always listening and watching others actions, emotions, suffering and joy, but denies to participate. It is about one individual going mad, sad and lonely but always watching to other's lives desperately. It also speaks of human behavior in current society in which we only communicate through internet which allow us to overlook what others do, and how this influence our own expectation of life.
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