It is said that “Imitation is the most sincerest form of flattery.” Imitation can also serve as the agent that allows one to realize the depth and import of another’s work.

I’ve spent weeks pouring over the photographs of Francesca Woodman and remain in awe of her foresight in perspective, lighting, subject matter and intensity. It’s hard to believe that her work was produced in the 1970’s, and it is incomprehensible to me the process that it would take to produce the photos.

I played around with a mirror, hipstamatic, and a cat on a rainy evening and this is my homage to the enduring and inspirational work of Francesca Woodman.

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