I'd partaken in a collaborative project with a fashion photgrapher who had seen my work from the Schism show and asked me to don the costume again for a photoshoot in a cave in a location I can not remember int he slightest. I really struggle to collaborate because my work is from such a personal source that I struggle to open that up to other in the creative process. I'd asked to change the work, so it broke out of the confines of the bed and existed as a serpent like being- echoing the inhuman a little more. I think this work added little value to my practice- other then feeling a dissatisfaction. I was not able to see because of the dark surroundings and the final photographs only exemplified this disconnect in and out of the moment. I think my poses were awkward and not curated particularly well. Adrianna who is the model of the work is the focal point and works beautifully in the photographs- I exist as a secondary source. I'm in the periphery of the photographs, and I found that a little frustrating. Obviously that was inevitable considering Zoe came from fashion photography course, the model and clothing was the main focal point. I became the focal point of my own performance to a kind of prop like position in these photographs.