'The Portrait Project' shoots people's true emotions
"I am intrigued by how people express emotion and the way they look while doing so." — photographer Aharon Jinjihashvili
"I am driven by the power of story to connect one another."
Miles Ellis, 49, actor
"None of these were my most flattering of looks, however they ended up being my most honest and beautiful ones."
"Enjoying the world, want to join me?"
Phoebe Miu, 24, Actor, Photographer
“We are infinite. What keeps me going every day is the awareness that I am so, so fortunate to know this."
Sasha Ballon, actress
"Human nature inspires me to create, to perform, to be an artist. I fear my fire and passion will burn out but I know this won't happen as long as there are stories left to tell and discoveries to be made.”
Sidartha Murjani, 28, actor
"Art for me is an expression of what is and what can be. As an artist I still strive to show people what can be from what is."
Tatyana Prior, 20, yoga instructor
"The scariest thought is, waking up at 43 in a job you hate with people you can't stand, constantly waiting for something, something you don't know will ever come, and that’s terrifying."
Terry Nelson, 62, retired actor model
“The energy I get from an audience is like a drug, which is why performers keep on performing no matter their age.”
Tyler Alexander Onassis, 29, actor
"I act to search for who I may be, dreams of a life beyond what I ever had, and deep down I am afraid of forever walking this lonely road to find my "place in the sun."
William Victor Marles, 66, retired Santa, actor & writer
“I am forced to confront life as it really is.”