These wonderful photographs by London-based photographer Laura Pannack, are part of a series named “glass” which examine the relationship between the photographer himself and the subject in front of the camera.
She took a sheet of glass and placed it between herself and her opponent to fortify her intention and to symbolize her lens. She wanted her subjects to have no control of the situation what is normally happening when she takes portraits. That is way her models have their eyes closed. “It relates to my thoughts on how people often object to having their portrait taken and how they react when faced with the situation.” explained Laura.