Feb. 14, 2017 — Inside a Boston University classroom at the College of Communication, senior Georgia Pahl talks about her aloofness. She says people often tell her the perks of vulnerability outweigh the protection of her internal walls. However, Georgia feels quite uncomfortable when people have a read on her. Photo by Danny Nieto.
Feb. 14, 2017 — Inside a Boston University classroom at the College of Communication, Georgia Pahl feels she can almost use her looks as a weapon. She’s shot ad campaigns for companies like Converse and Brooks Brothers, and equates her beauty to attributes like intelligence, physical strength, and wealth, just a means to an end. Georgia someday hopes to retire and run a daycare in her home while gardening during her free time. If she’s not able to amass the appropriate amount of wealth in time, she plans on running away and living life as a traveling gypsy to escape the humdrum of a nine-to-five job. Photo by Danny Nieto.
Feb. 14, 2017 — Georgia Pahl, a senior at Boston University sits for her portrait in one of the classrooms at the College of Communication. Pahl believes before applying beauty products, or going to the gym, the thing that makes the biggest impact on how she looks is her happiness. Recently, Georgia returned from a weekend trip to D.C. where she spent time with high school friends, relaxing, using the vacation as a way to break up her normal weekends of drugs, partying and debauchery. Photo by Danny Nieto.
Feb. 14, 2017 — During a photo-interview in a Boston University classroom at the College of Communications, Georgia Pahl recalls her first experience with LSD.
Photo by Danny Nieto.
Feb. 14, 2017 — At Boston University inside a classroom of the College of Communication, Georgia Pahl shares how her friend had confided in her last night about a mutual friend who had committed suicide. Photo by Danny Nieto.