‘Whose Gaze is it anyway?’ is my first project using myself as both subject and photographer. I have always been drawn to using photography to investigate my life through various personal projects. ‘Whose Gaze is it anyway?’ delves deeper than before. Using my lived experience as a woman, I explore the internalised misogyny and social judgement women can experience by other women. Negative and derogatory terms of cliched name calling title a series of self-portraits that embody the objectifying encounters of growing up in the 2000's. The work shows the negative impact on identity and self-perception and invites the viewer to question their own potential judgement of women and to consider the extent to which their identity may too, be constructed from the absorption of such experience.