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Emily Dozois is an 18-year-old photographer from Ontario, Canada. She is known mostly for her conceptual self-portraits that are mainly inspired by her struggles with a severe lung disease. At the age of fifteen, Emily discovered photography and the artistic freedoms it gave her to express the troubles that she faces on a daily basis in a healthy way. Since then, Emily has not stopped creating with the hopes that her images can inspire others to do the same. See her photographs on Flickr.

Posts contributed to by Emily Dozois

Perfectly Ordinary: Missing the Wonderkid Boat

Writing by Kaylee Rankin // Photograph by Emily Dozois // This deep feeling of anxiety over the prospects of being ordinary may be a millennial thing, it may be a human thing, but I just couldn’t shake the feeling that I had missed my window for greatness, that anything I would achieve in the future would be nothing compared to someone who had done it at a younger age, better or worse.

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Dealing With a Chronic Illness

Writing by Laura Fazzolari // Photograph by Emily Dozois // I think the best piece of advice I can give any girl is to never apologise for being yourself, always fight for your rights as a woman and a proud feminist, and never, ever give up, because you are an amazing, unique person who truly has so much to offer!

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Asymmetrical Breasts

Writing by Imogen Woods // Photograph by Emily Bjork //When I was around 15/16 years old and the size difference was noticeable, I developed a defense mechanism in dealing with it. I’d take the piss out of it, cause hell.

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