Kelsea Kosko is a photographer and former editor from Fort Myers, Florida. It was here she started taking photos in high school, when her mother handed down a 35mm Minolta.

Her oeuvre mixes fashion photography with poetic, mythical subjects taken from both literature and historical artistic symbols. While exploring the idea of identity and its unfaltering tendency to waver within the character, she is concerned mainly with what the subject chooses to reveal about themselves in front of the lens, but also what she learns about herself behind it.

Kelsea now lives in Manhattan where she both works and wanders on a daily basis.

potrait taken by Sharon Gong

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