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Nicolas Bruno Photography

Nicolas Bruno (b. 1993 in Northport, NY) studied at Purchase College and received his BFA in Photography in 2015.

Sleep paralysis is an experience in which the individual becomes conscious and is left immobile in a state between being awake and asleep. The wakeful mind separates itself from the mobile functions of the sleeping body and the individual begins to experience horrific visual and auditory hallucinations – essentially having a nightmare while you’re awake. For most of my life, I have struggled with this repetitious and draining sleep condition. For individuals that have not been haunted by sleep paralysis, I aim to give them a visual taste of what lies within the in between terrifying realm of sleep and consciousness through my photographs.

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