This photography series aims to re-define the way people think about exposure to the sun, bringing attention to the fact that the ozone hole is letting in more ultra violet rays and causing an increase in  skin cancer.
I selected images that reflected the idea of cancer and cells and then projected them onto bodies to convey ideas about how light can effect human skin. The way the studio lights hit the model's skin starts to form correlations with how light hits the surface of earth.
This work is presented in the style of a specimen poster, with the photographs cropped into circles to reflect the key ideas of the sun, the earth, the ozone hole, moles, sunspots, and cancerous cells.

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