Philomène’s work is characterized by her use of color. Images are typically monochromatic, or dominated by single, vibrant hues. Philomène herself often appears, in profile or face hidden by a characteristic brightly colored wig, sometimes in effervescent orange, other times bubblegum blue.”I just wanted to step out of myself with this series, and make work that’s not only about me for one hot minute,” Philomène jokes. “I’ve got a pretty distinctive style, and I’ve been shooting everyday for eight years. Portraiture for me is a way to spend time with people, befriend them, interact with them on that different level. Or I’m friends with them, and it gives me a reason to hang out with the people I love.”

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