A Contract of Photography is about the relationship between the photographer and their subject. This piece of work attempts to hold up a mirror to this relationship and explores the ideas of how artists/photographers gain notoriety through the manipulation and exploitation of the subject.

The work aims to question the artists own relationship with success and need of affirmation. It asks where this comes from, Is it a consequence of living under neoliberal ideologies (individualism, competiveness and money) or is it a more personal need?