"Lights Framing Emotions" is my personal perspective of how I see other people's emotions, sense of community, and passion. I have suffered with severe mental health issues, stemming from my Borderline Personality Disorder. I've never been able to comprehend or explain other people's emotions, and that led me to live a lonely life. I'd say the wrong thing, I wouldn't know how to interpret someone's actions, I'd push people away when I didn't understand them, and I'd get myself into situations where I would be physically or sexually abused simply because I didn't understand the situation. Five months ago, I quit my job and decided I needed to work on myself. I picked up a camera, and stopped feeling sorry for myself. At first, I only took black and white photos, but then I found my confidence and realised that for me, photography is a way to see other people's emotions; to see inside their brain, to finally understand. This project is the beginning of my evolution of understanding.