Simran Kaur is a surrealist still life, creative portrait, fashion photographer and artist currently based in London.
Simran’s main objective is to make the viewer’s dreams come true by creating intriguing setups, but she does also creates mental health and environmental awareness with her experimental photography. At the same time, she also creates dreamlike abstract visuals to make the viewer explore another reality.
Simran Kaur gets inspired by people’s dreams and visions, but her childhood memories also inspire her to create various projects. To keep her childhood memories alive she started doodling digital and traditional illustrations which helps her to understand how she feels about those foggy memories of her childhood.
“Where the mind can’t escape” is a still life photography project which portrays Simran’s experience with panic attacks. Simran’s panic attacks are not shown; they are usually hidden inside her. While she might look as if she is happy, inside her there is a hurricane made of overthinking and pain portrayed as a panic attack no one will be able to see.