I am guilty of as much: standing alone, in the way, in my bubble, with one hand out, holding awkwardly an electronic too big for my palm but just small enough for where I can withstand the straining in my hand in order to properly place myself and find the light that will best highlight the good side of me, instead of the flawed side of me. It is a process, oftentimes frustrating, for when one is a novice, it isn't always easy to see what you don't like to see. We can avoid mirrors but when building a brand, and needing to show face in order to exist, it's hard not to partake in the SELFIE world that we live in. And so, we turn and we toss and we smile and we pose and we fill up our data space with slightly differing images with each soft press of the camera clicker. it is a scrolling rolodex of SELF. But that's all we need because we're told that that is our FIRST IMPRESSION. And so we follow the pack, instead of lead. #MirrorMe is that; a series mirroring society and all the ways that we follow instead of lead. It is a SELFIE-ish World. What do you think?