"This body of work focuses the attention of the photographer's deep connection with nature. Creating a comforting atmosphere, the photographs reflect the lack of judgment and being oneself in the forest.”
Creating a photo book, my main ambition was to showcase my personal connection towards nature and the comfort I find within it. Exploring self identity and belonging, Shinrin Yoku is a Japanese term that describes taking in the atmosphere of the forest. As someone that finds nature as a source of inspiration, but also nurturing, I wanted to express myself, but also share the benefits of this method.

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