What do you think a portrait of someone taken in a mirror actually communicates? I am doing some research for my latest project and was drawn to a couple of images in a body of work about parents that were both taken in little bathroom mirrors - the kind you might keep on a windowsill. These particular shots have rendered the faces blurry and the mirrors themselves sharp as if the objects were at least as important as the people who used them but it made me wonder if the use of the mirror as a device had any underlying meaning for people? In these shots, we only see the reflection but I've seen plenty of others (particlarly wedding photography but not just limited to that) where you see both the person and their reflection. I'm not asking if you LIKE such images, just wondering what if anything you think they might convey. I have my own thoughts and wondered if they coincided with anyone else?