Sharla Sava on Shooting Herself: 365 Days of Self-Portraits

November 8, 2012

Sharla Sava decided to take a daily picture of herself for a year, without missing a day. She was inspired by this Flickr self-portrait group. While it was a surprisingly grueling commitment, Sharla learned that self-portraits can be an outlet for public dialog, a powerful mirror, and a creative way to explore the expression of different states of mind. Watch her fascinating story below. (Filmed by the New York QS meetup group.)

Sharla Sava – I Shot Myself: 365 Days of Self-Portraits from Steven Dean on Vimeo.

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