Peters met a variety of women—a student paying for college, a former cop and a secretary.
For many of them, camming is their primary source of income.
Peters paid a flat fee of for 45 minutes of their time and a signed model release.
She met with the women on Skype, and all of their interactions occurred electronically."I would dial in from my office in London with my camera and headset mic on so they could see I was who I said I was—which was for many the main concern," she says.
Peters feels conflicted about the reasons someone might choose such a career, but wants the photos to be a catalyst for discussions on feminism, femininity and empowerment."The female body has long been idealized, objectified and fetishized and the nude is an incredibly loaded subject matter," she says.
Iowa is a state in the Midwestern region of the United States.
From stripping to balloon-popping, there is a niche for every fetish.
Copyright These videos are most likely copyrighted by whoever owns the cameras.
The snapshots you see here appear as fair use according to copyright law.
Her pixelated images are photographs of a computer screen, and the women on them make their living offering online sexual performances.
She collaborates with these women to make art at a distance, offering a contemporary picture of a long-taboo subject. Broadly speaking, it refers to a woman who earns money performing online.