Truer is an autobiographical series by photographer Sophia Wallace that explores the heightened, fragile and often temporal nature of love. The work renders visible social expectations of romantic narratives - as heterosexual and gender conforming. Shot over a seven month period, the series is raw, intimate and frank in it’s approach. The centrality of female desire is a prominent theme within the work. In this way and others, Truer departs from conventional depictions of female bodies and sexuality in western art.