Ingrid Endel is a dancer turned photographer, creating a series of beautifully choreographed self-portraits. She decided to stop dancing after 12 years, due to the multiple injuries her knee had suffered. These photographs are how she stays connected to her life as a dancer.
“I am a dancer at heart, and in constant search for meaning. I like to tell stories and take people on journeys. The unusual, the unspoken, movement, and the possibilities of the human body are just a few of my inspirations. Photography has allowed me to use my skills as a dancer to extend the boundaries of human expression.”
The first image shown was supposed to be a test shoot, because it was not the outcome she had imagined. When she posted it on flicker it actually got so much response she now sells prints of it.
And now my favorite one: