Moea Creugnet is a South Pacific artist and photographer who has moved from New Caledonia, a French overseas territory where she was born and raised to the UK. This has given her an international worldview that radiates throughout her work. However, her Pacific roots remain at the forefront of her work, and much of her photography interrogates themes of identity, reality, and feminism through a South Pacific eye. Creugnet’s work is motivated by the misrepresentation of islanders from the pacific; their varied, vibrant, and broad cultures, as well as womanhood and gender roles. Through art, she reconsiders what it means to be considered ‘normal’ or ‘beautiful’.