Vanessa Conway lives in Evansville, United States and she has more than eight years of design and art direction experience specializing in photo retouching and fine art photography. That’s pretty much what we know about her. It seems like abandoned places and buildings have become one of the most interesting subjects to photograph. Now mix these with portraits. It’s my favorite combination so far.
This series is just breathtaking; it shows the harsh, fearful face of loneliness. The images are strongly related to surreal dreams, they seem taken from movies, but is the reality that hunts us all. I like the dark tones Vanessa uses, it amplifies the idea of a forgotten, eerie beauty. She sees abandoned places in a whole new light.
It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see. -Henry David Thoreau
All images: (c) Vanessa Conway
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