I Do It

Scarlett is three. She has been photographing for five months. She has no awareness of the unwritten photographic rules that we subconsciously adhere to and does not care to strive for perfection in her process. For her, photography has provided a means of accessing and learning about her immediate environments in an immersive and interactive way. For me, I have found freedom in observing the way in which she photographs. Our engagement as photographers in this collaborative project explores the use of photography as a tool for developing visual literacy and comprehending the world in alternate ways, informed by the youthful curiosity of a child.