I <3 girl

Jessica Yatrofsky (photographer)
The subjects of I Heart Girl do not exhibit the expected stereotypes of women in mass media today. Instead, each face and each body is presented by Jessica Yatrofsky through study and repetition, examining femininity with irreverence and countering the widely accepted female image of past generations. Purposefully capturing young subjects with varying degrees of "masculine" and "feminine" traits,
I <3 girl
Jessica Yatrofsky
Parallel title
I heart girl
New York: PowerHouse, 2015
[80] p. : ill.
9781576877395 (hardback)

About Jessica Yatrofsky

Jessica Yatrofsky (born June 18, 1981) is an American artist, photographer and filmmaker living in Brooklyn, NY. She is the founder of the photography blog, I Heart Boy, and has contributed to publications such as The New York Times, Brooklyn Magazine, Humble Arts, Nylon Magazine and Vogue Runway. Yatrofsky's photographic work is part of the permanent collection with the Leslie Lohman Museum for gay and Lesbian Art in New York City. Her first photography monograph, I Heart Boy, was published in 2010 by Powerhouse Books. In 2015, Yatrofsky published her follow-up monograph, I Heart Girl. In 2016 Yatrofsky appeared in Interview Magazine's cover story named The Activist Issue.” Her debut collection of poems Pink Privacy was published in 2017.

Early life and education

Jessica Yatrofsky was born in East Brunswick, New Jersey and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada, the youngest of two daugh…Read more on Wikipedia