We’ve been discussing the ways we show ourselves to the world and what it is to take ownership over how we are seen. The selfie as a way of crafting a story, a form of control over a narrative. The selfie as a means of being both the art and the artist. I’m always asking the same questions. What does it mean? Why? Why, again? I’m learning it doesn’t have to always be so complicated. This one is easy. Everything is easy when you’re with the girl-next-door from your childhood. Twenty-four years on and here we are, discussing who we are. This is her moment. She’s saying: I am here and I will not always be, my life is mine, and I look good today because today is a good day. (at Kua Bay)