YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT

Alternative Process Series

Analogue processes have driven my work for the past several semesters. The process, from developing my own film to digitally manipulating the imagery to mixing and painting on my own chemistry, inspires future works and keeps me going. This project is no exception. In this project, “You Are What You Eat,” I created a series of figures to communicate ideas on human food consumption, intending to start conversations on what foods make us feel beautiful. We truly are what we eat.