Embracing the complexity of being human, Ivana Besevic creates digital portraits that don’t glamorize or glorify. She doesn’t shy away from sadness or pain, and she doesn’t smooth over the red splotches and tear streaks on her subjects’ faces.
s what Emma, the main character of my novel feels thinking of her lost friend: Too many fragments of my heart lie between your footprints. I will sweep them off your way until my fingers bleed. And I'm free
Most days this is exactly how it feels. Like it's is nearly and I'm still in bed bc I can't drag myself out from under that heavy feeling and face the day. So I lay here feeling guilty that I'm not more than I am.