With an interest in the perception of beauty and the standardisation of this, Confessions on the apple incident, investigates the textures of flowers, as a symbol of the feminine. By zooming in and cutting out any unnecessary aspect of the image, a sort of hyperreality is created.
With inspiration from Victorian guidelines on to how a well behaved and educated woman should behave oneself in the midst of others. Referencing ideas about etiquette, 'How to be a lady', as a considered part of an education for a woman. The series of images is a collection of works dealing with tactility, cliches and stereotypes concerning the female. Alongside ideas about feminine aspects the series include closeups of flowers and bushes, looking closer at the symbolism and traits each of these entail.