As human beings, we have a tendency of not believing in things unless we experience them ourselves. We need proof for everything and tend to react in strange ways to the things that we do not understand. We hear about people with mental disorders being mistreated in school, work, on the street, and just about everywhere they go. There are a lot of misconceptions and misunderstandings regarding mental illnesses that are responsible for creating these situations. So, it has become of utmost necessity to educate the public in every way possible. With this photo series, Richu Joseph George puts the audience in the shoes, or better, in the mind of a schizophrenic.
Clearly not impressed.
Corona has taught me not to plan ahead too much. So in 20 years, hopefully still alive.
Anything that has a feeling of life in it.
Changing my whole outlook on photography and life itself. Also online classes, those were a huge bummer.
I always look for inspiration in different art forms, so, there is no one thing or person.
Read, comprehend, imagine, draw, shoot, improvise, adapt, overcome.
Keep an open mind. There is no right answer to art. Listen to your inner self. Don't think too much, just create.
Yes, my mind has opened to new things. I have dipped my toes into different art forms and started new hobbies which have changed my life in many ways.
To expand my knowledge, get good exposure and find the path to my future.