From Madison Reid and Allison Schaller’s article for Vanity Fair:

In Look at me like you love me, Jess T. Dugan’s portraits of themself, individuals, and couples are interspersed with piquant still lifes of flowers and a personal essay, which runs throughout the book, that asks, “Where is the line between me and you?” Where is the line between photographer and subject, artist and viewer, self and not-self? With this fundamental question, Dugan invites us into their relationship with photography. Each portrait represents a profound collaboration, a dance, and a communion with the person mirrored in their camera. As a whole, the monograph is a powerful example of what it means to tell your story by holding and honoring another’s.

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