Albinos, like photographic material, are light sensitive. Light leaves an irreversible imprint on their body. Their eyes can hardly bear the radiance of their own skin. This whiteness that makes them stand out, when captured in an image, almost makes them dissolve, consumed by the light. They are a metaphor, a symbol for stereotypes, they magnify the erroneous idea of human weaknesses and physical fragility but also that of invincible beauty. Touched by their breath-taking vulnerability and strength, in this series, I want to create a powerful impression of this fragile white beauty.