Psychology undergraduate & Photographer


These are my works and inspirations.


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1.“Darling, I am here for you.” Look into their eyes and say this with your full attention. When you love someone the best thing you can offer them him or her is you’re your true presence.

2.“Darling, I know you are there.” And I am truly happy because I know you are there.” You recognize the presence of your loved one something very precious. Embrace your partner with your mindfulness.

3.“Darling, I know you suffer, that is why I am here for you.” Acknowledge your partners suffering, their pain and your presence alone can bring immediate relief.

4. “Darling, I suffer. I’m trying my best to practice. Please help me”. This is one of the most difficult to master when you are suffering and you believe that your suffering is caused by your love one and you feel you want to punish them. If you can bring yourself to share the moment and say this to your loved one, you will immediately feel an opening.

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Thich Nhat Hanh 

(Source: doloroushazel, via wolffront)

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Saturday April 12th - 11:13am

Sierra DeMulder by Isa

Sierra DeMulder by Isa

(Source: euo)

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Thursday April 10th - 4:00pm

a video i’m featured in got released by kerrang today :)

i’d post a link but it’s cringe watching myself haha, and i’m still never going to be the girl who shares the hot tub with marilyn manson in the tainted love video, sighhhh 

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Sunday April 6th - 11:36am

(Source: juliabeaumont)

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Friday April 4th - 3:00pm

Katerina Plotnikova captured real life animal - human interaction with the help of animal trainers to create “another tale about wonderland”

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Wednesday April 2nd - 9:03pm

stop for just one second.

think about all the people you’ve secretly had a crush on. all the people you’ve found attractive, but never said anything to. every stranger you’ve temporarily fallen in love with on public transportation. all the people you’ve dreamt of and thought of in the early mornings.

and now take a moment to realize that they’re lizards. all of them. they were all reptilians in disguise

(Source: clusterphoque, via papayax)

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Monday March 31st - 1:15pm

@youmeatsixofficial last night 👻

@youmeatsixofficial last night 👻

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Saturday March 29th - 7:36pm

this song just gets to me every time.

Daughter - Still

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Saturday March 29th - 2:32pm

it’s weird to think that in this very moment

someone is lying along in their death bed,

balancing between life and death

or reuining with an old lover,

tightly wrapped in a warm embrace

or writing a suicide note,

pondering different ways to say goodbye

right in this moment

someone’s heart is fluttering from a first kiss

and someone’s is breaking from a goodbye

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Friday March 28th - 6:53pm

i have galaxies growing inside me 
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i have galaxies growing inside me 

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Friday March 28th - 6:40pm

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Monday March 17th - 11:28pm

In an unusual attempt to explore their own digestive tracts, student artists Luke Evans and Joshua Lake swallowed single frames of 35mm film, folding each piece in a brightly colored capsule that allowed for the acids and bodily fluids to process the film with minimal risk of colon damage. Once excreted, the negatives were recovered, cleaned, and studied in detail by an electron microscope; ultimately, they were printed into giant black and white works.

The project, titled “I turn myself inside out” is an almost uncomfortably intimate and human exploration of the photographic medium. Normally, images are produced and processed by machinery, light, and chemicals, but this provocative series substitutes the artists’ own bodies and their fluids for the impersonal metal gears and glass lens of a camera.

The images themselves are so strong because of their unexpected three-dimensionality; while most film photographs flatten space, condensing foregrounds and background to create a compelling work of art, Evans and Lake’s work does the opposite. Each frame looks like a scientific image taken from a microscope. The digestive process and the resultant breakdown of the film’s emulsion afford each image its dimensionality, transcending the medium’s traditional reliance on light and shadow to convey space.

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