We are talking about our pubic hair recently and the many totally acceptable options for what to do with it. In doing so, we’re bringing about this idea that having it or not having it shouldn’t be that big of a deal at all. As we apparently enter into a new age of pubic hair acceptance (which could even be considered pubic hair proudness at this point.)
I create photographic portraits of people’s pubic hair to construct narratives that function as visual puns and, at times, offer social critique. I hope to use the beautiful alongside the repulsive in these images to tell stories of growth and removal as they examine a surreal relationship between hair and its place.
From pop culture to social medias to now an industry, it's people themselves who are shrewdly using their platforms to document pubic hair and normalize it proudly. They are making the concerted effort to not only just show it, but show it in such a way that instead of saying, "Look, here it is," it says "Look. I love them, and you should too."