Aimée Merola 

Flowers in Isolation

Looking at the concepts of nostalgia, longing and loss, Flowers in Isolation aims to capture these sentiments through photography. With a shallow depth of field and a background which appears busier or more important than the subject, the collection indirectly questions constant yearning for the past, and our distracted ability to purely focus on the present.

Flowers in Isolation, Newspaper publication, 289x380mm 64 pages