Swipe Right was my thesis project at the University of North Florida as a culmination of my education in the program. I spent my final semester browsing the infamous dating application, Tinder, to try and fully understand and document where dating has come to for the Millennial generation. I made an account and began swiping to connect with people that I came across on the app to see if what was presented to me was what I would get in real life. It is an exploration and social commentary on users and the relationship between their online dating profiles and the photographs that I made of them. By utilizing a basic and even lighting scheme, I was focused on the differences between how they represent themselves and how they might look in a neutral setting that was out of their control. While this is a documentary on Tinder, it is also an exploration of self-representation and the disparity between the images we share of ourselves online and the image of ourselves that we cannot control.