Think of a headstand and the images from the Where Was I? photo series is certainly not what will come to mind. Flipping the concept completely, instead of capturing people upside-down, it shows them literally standing on their head as though they were engaged in some kind of inception session. Paired with the title of the photoshoot, the Where Was I? series addresses the idea of being lost.
The Where Was I? photo series was shot by Romain Laurent, a photographer and director hailing from France and based in Brooklyn, New York. The personal project stars models Duane Wallace, Faron Salisbury and Danielle Brewer. The images will encourage people to think about where they stand in the world.
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