by Tiffany Kennedy
When you’re actually a lying boyfriend because you keep cheating on your blog and disappearing. Either way there’s some new work as I try to figure out where I am in my life and what ‘home’ even means at this point.
Okay, yes, I know, I keep apologising for just not posting enough, or at all, and all that kind of junk, and it’s becoming a real problem, isn’t it? I’m a little bit like that ex-boyfriend who you know cheats on you and then apologises saying that it’ll never happen again, and then it happens, yeah. I really need to sort that out.
Other than being the worst boyfriend ever, I seem to be creating this mess around myself, and that’s probably because that fact that I’m an adult is becoming increasingly more apparent, and as that happens, I seem to become more childish. Crazy how these things work. I mean, I have a tattoo which relates to Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up, and obviously, I have tendencies to be childish because I don’t want to grow up, then I realise I’ve basically been an adult since I was 14, which is probably where that stems from. Sometimes I just sit here saying ‘I don’t even know’.
But during all of this time I’ve accumulated a mass amount of images from my photography projects and fashion items to share with you all, so I hope you’ll give me some sort of validation, I mean, just reaching people is amazing, right? Let’s not lie to ourselves, we like the likes and the comments, but in all honestly as long as people are viewing my work and my words, I’m pretty happy. This post is all over the place. Either way, if you guys remember at all, a short while ago I did this project for my university case study which I thought it would be worth sharing since it is one of my favourite projects I’ve done thus far. With inspiration from the lovely Solve Sundsbo, adding small elements of surrealism to a fashion orientated images creates a greater picture, which I’ve tried to achieve here. So while I have a quarter life crisis before the quarter of my life, maybe you should just take a look at this images and be excited by what is yet to come.
I can also see my co-worker taking a selfie out of the corner of my eye as I write this rambling nonsense.
Clothing: Dress from Forever New, Sleeveless Coat from Topshop
Shot on Nikon D3200