Vancouver-based photographer Elizabeth Gadd captures raw emotion on camera in her 'Breath' collection. The images are entirely solitary, depicting women as they stand alone in open fields or atop crashing blue waves.
A range of feelings can be observed in Breath. Some of the women appear upset, while others come across as being overwhelmed with joy. In whichever case, Gadd has certainly fulfilled her role as a budding and certainly promising artist.
Despite the almost audible nature of Gadd's captivating pictures, she describes herself as timid, "I'm a quieter kind of person, not so talkative as most, but I do love to listen." Her will to pay attention to others stands out in Breath as she relays the various states of mind of her subjects.