nobody likes you in your twenties 

an ode to friendship and aging out of adolescence.

aging can be lonely and frustrating. the book is an attempt at coming to terms with the inevitability of growing up.
the title inspired by the saying, “nobody likes you when you’re 22” is reflective of the mentality many twenty-somethings have.
the book works as a space that humours the facetiousness of the saying, to prove that your friends and your surroundings
make things less shit. throughout the photobook, the idea of aging and appreciating those close to me are expressed with images at parties,
intimate moments and random moments of pure bliss.