“Have you ever noticed the crack of a human spine sounds just like the spine of a new book being opened? Books are a part of us all.”
KELSEY NICHOLE BROOKS is just a writer. An individual who found herself through pen ink and countless sheets of writing paper. If it’s a biography you came for then you will have to continue to read her stories, as they will tell you all you need to know about her. She is simply a writer.
A 35mm film photography series exploring ideologies of femininity and beauty on a girl’s night in.
LEANA PAPARELLA is a Communications student at Concordia University who specializes in photography and videography. She is particularly interested in analog media such as film photography because of its tangibility of a moment in time.
Eda Vitulli worked as a wedding photographer and now enjoys capturing wonderful moments through her children. Photography allows her to tap into her creative side, and helps her drift into a magical world.
This man was sleeping at the exit of the exhibitions of the Pompidou museum in Paris. Maybe he was dragged there by his wife or was overwhelmed by the pretentious abstract expressionist art that filled half of the museum’s walls. Either way, seeing him peacefully doze off against the wall as if he was sitting on his living room floor was the perfect completing piece to this visit, so I couldn’t help but take a picture of him.
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