By Diana Pearl
From her awkward adolescent years to the moment when her metabolism can no longer keep up with her late night snack binges, a woman will go through an array of body image milestones during her life. Filmmaker Celia Bullwinkel manages to perfectly capture these ups and downs, along with the feelings that accompany them, in her short film Sidewalk. Watch the full video below.
Diana is a producer at ELLE.com. She previously wrote for MarieClaire.com. Diana is a Syracuse grad and a Chicago native, and therefore a pro at dealing with cold weather. She's also an Anglophile, which means she love all things British—especially Downton Abbey, London, and Will and Kate (and Prince George!)
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