“Surrealism is destructive, but it destroys only what it considers to be shackles limiting our vision.-Salvador Dali.
Escaping the reality of everyday life can be achieved in a lot of different ways the most common way is through sleep which is usually where your dreams begin and the harshness of reality ends but the young creative Rosie Hardy has found a way to take the two worlds and seamlessly bring them together through her amazing photography. At 16 years old Roise became curious about photography.Being a avid reader of magazines she admired the editorials and was inspired to take moments capturing shots that were equally as good if not better.At age nineteen 21 Rosie had accomplished more than your average young adult being commissioned to work with Maroon5 for the hands all over me album cover, Elle Magazine , Penguin books,and the list goes on. I always like to see the work of people who found their passion at a young age . Scrolling through their portfolio is like watching a timelapse of a flower growing. What I like most is how every photo is an adventure its like they are the photos to a story that has not been written yet which leaves your mind to think up one.If your a photographer looking for a bit of manipulated inspiration check out more of Rosie’s flicker photosteam. Great work .