Inspired by the early stages of her project, Emma started to notice a theme developing, shape and form. Emma started to focus on the human body and became inspired by how different words could influence the way which models and dancers responded when given them, the given word for the final piece shown was experience, in which Anastasia responded to her time within Britain’s next top model, this gave Emma an array of different emotions from joy to grief. Basing her primary research off marble sculptures as a way to show the shift from past to present day, this started to influence certain aspects of her work and predisposed the way in which she chose to display her final pieces. Choosing to display her work in ornate frames and on art paper to reflect on the research she has done in her early studies. The work incorporates today’s perception of beauty while reflecting on the early forms of beauty in sculpture form, photographing models in their natural forms. Emma's work ties into the group theme of the black and white mind, due to her perception of beauty comparing beauty of the modern day and that of the past through marble sculptures as her research. Emma thought of the black and white mind as a psychological term for how society as a whole views beauty, within the media or elsewhere. Displayed as a three dimensional object Emma invites you to view her work as an art piece and not just photographically.