“I’ve always used my practice as a way to deal with my own feelings,” explains Fryd Frydendahl, the Danish photographer whose work exposes the innocence, trepidation, chaos and cruel optimism of being young. In a new photobook titled Salad Days [published by Marrow Press] – an ode to the Shakespearean phrasing that symbolises the vulnerability of youthful ignorance – Frydendahl opens up her archive of deeply intimate portraits from the last decade.

– Text by Zara Afthab

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