Portraits series explores traditional portrait photography by focusing on wild raptors and domestic animals in the place of human subjects.
To take a portrait of someone is to see them in a way they have never seen themselves, turning subjects into objects.
These portraits question the ethics of seeing, asking what we have the right to observe. The captured creatures are photographed as if posing for the camera. They cannot object to the exploitative nature of photography, and they do not understand the ways in which they are being perceived by the human eye.