Leonard Nimoy’s passion for plus size photography celebrated after his death

Leonard Nimoy’s passion for plus size photography celebrated after his death

As the world continues to mourn the passing of their favorite Vulcan, Leonard Nimoy’s passion for photography – and the women he put behind the lens – is also being recognized.

Nimoy, called the Conscience of Star Trek by the show’s creator, once said he used photography to express “the idea of feminine power”.

After eight years of taking photographs of plus-sized women, Nimoy published a collection titled The Full Body Project in 2007, which featured obese women photographed in the nude.

It was when Nimoy was doing an exhibit for a different photography collection that he was turned to the idea of shooting fuller-sized women.

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Leonard Nimoy’s passion for plus size photography celebrated after his death was last modified: March 1st, 2015 by Kurven Koeniginnen

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