i would recommmend experimenting with composition a lot more. except for the first image, every other photo is taken from an overhead perspective (they're also cropped very tightly around the figure). i'm also curious why you chose to "flip" the scene rather than doing some sort of composite inside of a larger space. i would take a look at kelli connell's work (who doesn't create composites but uses twins) for some inspiration.
Nice Chels! Seems like you are making good progress. I know you wanted to stay away from the Kelli Connell Composites and I say stay with that. I think their interaction is becoming more engaging, nice work :)
the top one is a much better version of the last one you showed me. I get a much deeper sense of interaction between the two individuals. also the composition is much strong and more realistic, however watch out about the sink and the spray hose. those need to be fixed in order to maintain the idea the these are mirrored realities.
OOOOOO I love the new door pic with the red blanket! Nice!
I agree with Amanda, I like the new door image. Also, I really like how you've changed subtle things in a couple of the images.
My favorites are the smoking one and the door one. Both are really effective for me. The sink ones just aren't working as well for me.
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