–So much potential in the day of birth
–I wonder who you see when you look at me
This particular work focuses on going beyond people's expectations towards woman, culture, race, even religion; creating a new way to approach ideologies, disrupting the viewer and making an "in your face" statement, putting into evidence thoughts we weren't aware of or we didn't realise how wrong they were until we see the images and read the name of each piece.
It's a personal statement that says: This is who I am as a woman. I am what/who I am. No excuses, no apologies.