Vish Maradia Photographed Herself To Portray Anxiety With The Help Of Photo Manipulation – Design You Trust

Vish Maradia Photographed Herself To Portray Anxiety With The Help Of Photo Manipulation

“I never knew this feeling until I lost my job in April 2019. Made some wrong career decision and I got stuck. Didn’t know what to do next. Income source had stopped, self-confidence had weakened. Spent hours and hours crying in the bathroom. Was finding no way out. I felt it for the first time: Anxiety—a never-changing feeling. I felt it then and I am feeling it today also. This is a series about my feelings called “Self Portrait – Anxiety Series.””

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