In my photography series Nourish, I aim to expose the harsh realities of living with an eating disorder, transcending the silence surrounding this mental health challenge. The first photograph captures the starkness of the act, with an unflinching portrayal of self-harm—a powerful depiction of the internal pain that often remains hidden. The second image unveils the tangible aftermath: strands of hair at the bottom of a bathtub, a visceral representation of the physical toll these disorders exact on the body. The final photograph reveals a figure leaning over in the bathtub, exposing a vulnerable spine—a poignant manifestation of the fragility that accompanies the relentless pursuit of an unrealistic ideal. Through these unfiltered images, Nourish aims to illuminate the shadows and foster empathy, encouraging viewers to confront the difficult truths faced by those battling eating disorders.