Emma Fredrick is a photographer and writer. Her photographic work is largely self-portraiture focused on exploring emotion, psychological state, relationship to one’s body, and the power of femme identity. Her writing explores a myriad of topics including relationships, social justice, and identity.

Her photography has been included in the Guest Directed Self Portrait Project exhibit in Brooklyn and in the Body Matters: Bodily Autonomy and Feminist Perspective exhibit in Johnson City, TN. She has performed her spoken word at local One Billion Rising events for the past three years, including her piece “Fuck You, Eleanor Roosevelt“, a critique of the idea that no one can make you feel inferior without your consent.