Glee star Heather Morris in a domestic violence photo shoot by Tyler Shields.
Glee star Heather Morris has taken it to the next level! But you wouldn't be so surprised if you have already heard about famous photographer Tyler Shields, who is always set to let his imagination create projects that you probably have never seen before! The Heather Morris photo shoot 2011 with Tyler Shields portrays domestic violence (subject touched in the novel) with a touch of sexuality according to theimproper.com. Read more below:
Heather Morris photo shoot 2011 on domestic violence with Tyler Shields.
Now, this photo shoot can be interpreted in so many ways! However, having seen the work of Tyler Shields before with other stars such as Lindsay Lohan, I've got to say that I'm sure he's got no intentions of offending any domestic violence victims. As a matter of fact, I personally think that this domestic violence photo shoot serves as an inspiration to domestic violence victims by delivering a very special message: being a domestic violence victim will not take your beauty or strength away! Tyler Shields is just random as he can be, I wouldn't misinterpret any of his projects, I think he's extremely  talented and I'm glad that he is getting recognized more for it every day! Check out more Heather Morris photo shoot with Tyler Shields photos below!
Heather Morris and Tyler Shields domestic violence photo shoot!
Heather Morris domestic violence photo shoot!
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