“As a forest dweller I feel more magickal, more natural, more connected. And that is more important to me than anything ephemeral a society could provide.” Visions in the dark of musician Zola Jesus, photographed on film by Jenni Hensler, interview by Anca Macavei.
Zola Jesus / @zolajesus
Photography: Jenni Hensler / @jennihensler
Makeup/Hair: Jenny Atwood-Smith / @jennyatwoodsmith
Interview: Anca Macavei / @ancamacavei
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