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"There's this expectation of artists to be in the shadows, to be behind a painting. Especially as a woman, and a young woman, I feel it's really important to be like, 'Hey, this is me, this is what I look like. This is how I present myself'."
Photos and creative direction by Annette Lamothe-Ramos; styling by Miyako Bellizzi. Special thanks to the time-warped city of Wildwood, New Jersey.