When we look at other people we make up our mind about what we see; we judge people by the way they dress, their body language and how they generally look. What happens if we remove clothes and expressions of a person? How can you tell that a person is gay, lesbian, bisexual or transsexual, and why might this affect your opinion of the person?

I did a conceptual portrait series with different people representing the LGBT community. Together with the portraits each one have presented their own story about themself.

This is an ongoing project I have called “L.G.B.T. Breaking down the stereotypes”. I have chosen to save their story until later.

I want to thank Marcus Bleasdale for great help and advices during this workshop.

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