By Jemima Waddell
I hope to show through these photos the contrast between what is stereotypically associated with being a girl or woman and the more unique and expressive reality of what being a woman is. I wanted to represent, as best I could, how women subvert tradition and embrace femininity and womanhood in different ways.
Jemima Waddell is a Marketing/International Relations fourth year student at UNSW, who has a passion for photography and journalism, both of which she hopes to pursue further after graduation. She has written for publications such as Global Hobo and Tharunka, and her photography focuses predominantly on the Sydney music scene and social issues.