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2019: Monochrome Awards - in Portrait Scarification - 2rd Prize

2018: Tokyo Foto Awards / TIFA Category People - Culture : Scarification - First Place

2018: The Independent Photographer Awards - Theme: People - 3rd Prize


The scarification of human skin is a longstanding practice that has played a significant role in cultural consciousness and community-building. Although it has its origins as a practice among Australian Aborigines dating back to 60 000 B.C, elements of scarification were dispersed and adopted by many communities worldwide, persisting up until today. The procedural basis of scarification involves producing a scar that follows the complex biological process of wound healing.
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