It started very spontaneously. I was working for a natural beauty brand in Morocco and on the last day, I was editing images by the pool when I looked at my producer and I started to photograph her skin - she has really nice freckles. By the end of the shoot, she was completely naked in the pool and then I awed ('what does that mean?'). I have always liked getting very close to people, preferably skin-deep, but I never once thought that I would enjoy nude photography. However, it made so much sense, looking at her, knowing she had never been in front of the camera and being so incredibly liberated, intimate, vulnerable and strong at the same time.
Right after that experience I posted on Instagram and Facebook that I was looking for people to pose nude for a personal project, and I got so many replies. The result is a document of 46 women, that shows a them in all sorts of ways, in body types and ages, in characters, in colours, in shapes and textures. But I also captured each of them as individuals, and I interviewed each of them, and I think that’s actually what makes it strong.