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Normalizing, de-stigmatizing and humanizing Mental Illness through photography and shared lived experiences

We showcase anonymous individual’s experiences with mental health Through photography.

Door And Windows

Door and windows with light through and plastic through them. [When I was depressed] I didn’t want the lights coming through, I didn’t want anyone

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Vivarin Medication

Vivarin medication –stay awake medicine.  It took me a long time for me to start taking meds. Because everyone kept telling me since I was

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Cross Stitch

Cross stitch. I have not told my mom about my mental illness and that is really hard. However, she is not really into that because

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A Blur

A blur–but the last 2 years since I’ve had this major decline with my depression that everything has just become a huge blur.  My memory

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Paperwork Pile

Paperwork Pile;  Paperwork piling up that I have not gotten to [for several months].  [Now] I am in a program that is helping me with

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Makeup

This picture has some of my makeup lined up. I wanted this image to represent how more days recently than before I actually felt like

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Do Not Enter

This picture has to do with shutting people out. When I’m feeling depressed I don’t want anyone around. I have a sister that I love

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