Jessica Labatte is an interesting photographer with a particular style. She explores everyday objects not for their function but for their form, color, and shape. She usually implements a collage like aesthetic pointing not only to her illusionistic tendencies but the relationship of still life to the history of art.
Essentially, Jessica uses 'in-camera-manipulation' meaning no Photoshop or post-processing. All of her photographs are a moment of the illusionistic performance she creates in front of the lens. These images were made using colored light reflected onto mirrors. Mesmerizing, huh!?