Inside migrant people, you can find stories.
These stories reveal that people who come from
other parts of the world, and apparently who are really different, have the same fears, dreams, goals
and feelings as you.

Skin Deep is a project that invites the reader to respond by reflecting on the barriers that sometimes appear
when you are in front of an unknown person.
These barriers are sometimes made of stereotypical connotations; the context and the society we create.

To break these barriers, the viewer/reader is going
to travel around the body of the person who is in front
of them. They will touch their photographs to discover
a second skin where they will find more in-depth stories, going further than you can see at just a first glance.