SAFE TOMORROW NOW (2009)
SAFE TOMORROW NOW is a visual metaphor for human frailty and a sense of false safety. The models are naked to exaggerate human weakness, and the gas masks are meant to signify a false sense of safety. Gas masks are meant to protect from inhalation of hazardous materials, but these masks lack the canister filters. In the photos the models are shown performing ordinary tasks, willfully ignorant to the many dangers that exist in this world.