An autobiography of Miss Wish is a story of a survivor of sex trafficking and child pornography and her struggle to survive and find physical and emotional safety, to assert herself as an artist and narrator, and to craft a life while living in a state of flashbacks, trauma and addiction.
Photographed over twenty-five years in London and New York City, the story is told through multiple narrative elements including the protagonist’s vast personal archive which was safeguarded by the photographer who assumed the role of friend and advocate. The resulting collaborative book weaves together this archive of extraordinary drawings depicting memories of crime scenes, along with medical reports, diary entries, interviews, ephemera, and letters between the authors.
An autobiography of Miss Wish, is also a tale about two lives intertwined and the creative potential of collaborative documentary. Purchase Signed Copies
Exhibitions: Images SIngulieres: "An autobiography of Miss Wish," Solo Exhibition, Sete, France, 2019 Parsons School of Design, "Beyond Addiction, Reframing Recovery," New York City, USA, 2019 Organ Vida, Gallery Nova, Solo Exhibiition, Zagreb, Croatia, 2018 Athens Photo Festival, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece, 2018 Cinema Galleries, Brussels, Belgium, 2018 Maribor Art Gallery, "Vigilance, Struggle and Pride: Through Her Eyes" Maribor, Slovenia, 2018 Centro Internatzionale di Fotografia, "Women Photograph Women," Palermo, Italy, 2017 Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, "Re-imagining a Safe Space," New York City, USA, 2017