"Relax, love." is a conceptual photography and installation project based around self-image. We perceive ourselves differently than others perceive us. We share photographs of ourselves on social media in the light in which we want to be viewed. Rarely thought is given to the audience of these images. We live in a world where privacy is no longer important, in fact the opposite is true. However, when we know that photographs have been taken without the subject's consent we feel uneasy. This project is a series of voyeuristic style self-portraits which aim to create an uncomfortable feeling for the viewer and asks them to question their beliefs around privacy, photography and one's own image.