My photojournalism classmates and I were given an exercise to document our own life for a week. When I heard this assignment, I was initially disappointed. A classmate had already documented my life for an exercise, so I began to consider things only I could photograph about myself. After some thought, I decided to focus on a characteristic about myself that no one would normally consider photographing: awkward. My objective was to create images that made the viewer feel slightly uncomfortable by focusing his/her attention to specific details that are overlooked, composing frames in an usual manner or including quirky subject matter from my everyday life.
From left to right, Emily Bui and Emma Zisek cautiously walk into the dorm bathroom to prepare for bed. "Wait, why is there a tripod in here?" Zisek said as Bui peeks around the corner.