Here's a picture of Dita Pepe with her husband and child.
Nor is this her husband.
And this isn't her family either.
Nor is this. You get the idea.
She's been doing this for 15 years.
She told CNN she began the project after running away from home and working as an au pair in Germany.
She said: "Unconsciously, I was still looking for female ideals to inspire me. I took pictures of myself in different disguises. It was at around 1999 when the first series of self-portraits came to light."
At first, she worked with people she knew, but now she works with people from different walks of life.
She told CNN: "It is a very interesting experience, kind of hard to describe verbally. I somehow completely forget about myself."
As Jenna Garrett points out: "Pepe’s chameleon talents focus more on how relationships can utterly transform an individual than embodying specific female identities."
"Questions of origin, influence and choice all come into play, the 'what-if' manifesting in a sometimes comical, sometimes surreal interpretation of different paths we all could have taken."