Natalie Dybisz, AKA Miss Aniela, is a photographer whose young career began on Flickr. In a few short years, her popular series of self-portraits, rooted in personal history and fantasy, propelled her to become on of the most popular photographers on the service. Her work as has been published in numerous publications, including the cover of American Photo magazine. Her images, which have also been exhibited in galleries, explore fascinating ideas of self and body image in a way that is both fun, engaging and beautiful.
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from Good magazine.
My name is Cornelius — I suppose I am the Flickerman.
I call myself that because… because my life has become unhinged. It’s out of joint. No more than that. My life isn’t my own anymore. It’s exploded.
As I write this I am cold, tired, dirty, scared and confused. My girlfriend is missing, my bestfriend is dead, my ankle is bust, my world has come apart exploded.
And someone has been recording it all, everything that has happened, taking photos and posting them on the Internet.
This site is my chance to answer back , to let people know what is happening to me, to help make sense of what has happened to me. I’ve taken the events of those few days and I’m turning them back on themselves… making them into an… entertainment for you… so that I can be heard…
My reply starts here…