Breast Cancer is fatal. Chemotherapy is debilitating. Bald women are unattractive. And most importantly, we shouldn’t talk about all this. These are just some of the stigmas surrounding breast cancer.
I had never photographed a wedding, so when my friends-by-proxy Ivy and Al invited me to be a part of their happy day and take a few photos, I was happy to oblige.
Here it is: a book two years in the making, produced over a weekend at the urge of friends and family (all of whom I mention inside).
As children growing up in Beirut, our parents kept us indoors. So my father taught me Téléphone Cassé.
For Izabella’s last day in Beirut, Samsam and I took her to Harissa.
For several years now, I’ve refused to let anyone cut my hair.
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