Like me, Love me, See me, she studies the portrait as a reaction on the changing visual culture. Especially among the young generation she sees a particular standard of making portraits. There seems to be a format. Adolescents are in a phase of developing identity. On one hand they tend to comply with their peers and the other hand they are trying to find their authentic self’s. Their self-portrait looks like a conformation with the prevailing visual culture. Like me, Love me, See me explores the endless possibilities of the portrait in search of the authentic self.