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In a world obsessed with perfection, a photographer Sophie Mayanne is celebrating apparent flaws by documenting people's scars.While some of her subjects had hidden their scars for years, others had “come to a level of accepting them, and loving them”, Mayanne tells magazine last summer.
However despite their tired appearances, the Olympic medallist and his filmmaker partner showed no sign of slowing down their celebrations, as they headed for a Bucks Fizz lunch in London.“I realised there was so much more left to explore, and that particular shoot was really only the beginning,” she says. Owing to the sensitivity of the subject, Mayenne spent time speaking to the models about their scars to understand their individual stories and help any apprehensions about posing fall away.“I’ve always been interested in different ideas of beauty, and what people consider flaws and have always had a fascination with people’s stories, so I think the interest in scars in particular stems from this.” To find her subjects, Mayenne scoured modelling agencies and Facebook and Instagram for people willing to pose showing their scars. “Each person had varying feelings towards their scars, and how they felt in front of the camera,” says Mayanne.“This series isn’t just about the photographs but about embracing each person’s individual experiences and feelings, and understanding their personal stories.” Mayenne hopes that the photos will shift perceptions of body image and spread positivity.“If I can change just one person’s opinion, or help someone who is battling with their own self-image, then for me the project is a success,” she says, adding: “I want people to be able to identify with the images, to see an array of different people and maybe think ‘I have imperfections too, but they make me who I am’.” And it seems to be working.According to The Mirror, the Olympic diver and the actor had their personalities 'stamped on every detail' - with guests enjoying a wedding cake made by Tom himself, before his family gave touching speeches in tribute to his late father Rob.
The paper reports that the pair had injected their personalities and families in every element of the wedding - with Tom's love of food, having released a cookbook earlier this year, coming in to play.
Clearly excited to share the special occasion with his fans, Tom wrote to his 1.8 million followers beside the snap: 'On 6th May 2017, I married the love of my life.'We shared the day with 120 of our closest friends and family, from Texarkana to Plymouth!
Thank you to everyone who made this weekend the most special weekend of our lives!
Some imperfections we are born with and at times we all question our self-worth, but life isn’t about questioning what we have or bemoaning the cards we have been dealt.
They have spent their weekend partying with their friends and family, after tying the knot at Bovey Castle on Saturday.
Olympic diver Tom looked very dapper indeed in a burgundy two-piece suit by Burberry.