When I was a kid, I was bullied incessantly for my weight, the way I dressed and the way I acted. Because of how others perceived me I resented who I was, deciding that to be accepted in the future, I had to mold myself into someone different. From there on out, my identity has been woven through intense and destructive relationships with other people. My artwork chronicles the chaotic journey of my need for acceptance and belonging. Here I document these relationships which in many ways become self portraits and a window into a world and a headspace that I was once a part of. If I end up pursuing photography, I hope to be able to incorporate my bleak personal aesthetic into editorial and fashion advertising.