Forever is Not Ours, seeks to explore the complex and paradoxical nature of human mortality. I believe that there is a strange and haunting beauty in the impermanence of life, looking into the interplay between life and death and how time serves as a constant reminder of our fragile existence. These hazy, ghostly portraits serve as mirrors to ourselves, not to be dark or haunting but to infuse a sense of beauty and grace that serves as a counterpoint to the inevitability of our own mortality. I seek to break down the taboo subject surrounding death and to confront the viewer with its inevitable presence in our lives.