Peters won the women’s trust through ongoing email conversations, convincing them that she was interested in art, not exploitation.
It was slow going, but after the first few women agreed, one contact led to another, making way for more collaboration.
Her pixelated images are photographs of a computer screen, and the women on them make their living offering online sexual performances.
The woman would guide her through their homes or the room in which they worked, and she would choose where to set up.
They're all fiercely protective of their personal lives, playing a role when the cam turns on.
Some women scrupulously hid their professions from their loved ones, one even recounted performing as her partner made dinner.
Though there is an infinite number of porn sites that provide such entertainment, Peters chose to focus on women who worked for themselves from the comfort of their homes.
"I only wanted to collaborate with independent women, rather than those that go through one of the many studio sites," she says.