What gives the human form precedence over every other? Can the body, in its rawest state, be both repulsive and seductive? A dark, unapologetic beauty comes from simply existing.
Paige Rowlett is a photographer from Savannah, Georgia. She received her BFA in Photography from The University of Georgia in 2015; In 2014, she was awarded the Vince Dooley Scholarship for the Arts. Her work has been in several group exhibitions and was recently featured on the cover of the University of Georgia’s pre-med magazine. She works primarily with a large format field camera and enjoys photographing the body in unconventional ways. Rowlett currently lives in Charleston, South Carolina where she works as a fine art and commercial photographer. You can see more of her work on her website.