PHOtography as a physical representation of memory


I was born into a family where photography was much appreciated. Eventually my camera turned into an extension of my eyes. It is a medium I love experimenting with and both my graduation exhibitions included photography. So my portfolio would not feel complete without a few of my works during my time in graduate school. 




Plato saw mimesis in representation of nature.

Photographs of nature-scapes taken in the Anatolian side of Istanbul are projected onto a model in a studio environment. The model becomes the canvas, welcoming nature on her body.




Fragility, transparency, and distortion

Manipulation and excessive data collection create a new consumer type that carries certain capacities of glass. “Glass consumers” are fragile, transparent and have distorted identities. All these characteristics mirror our vulnerability.





Studio test shots that later were shown during White Show at Massachusetts College of Art