Red heads are divisive figures. To some, they’re intriguing and mysterious beings, with something of an inner aura about them. To others, they’re an odd bunch that aren’t to be approached too closely. Love them or hate them, there’s no denying they’re unique – it is estimated that less than 2 percent of the global population is red headed. Drawing on her on-going series, we use photographer Pauline Miko’s work to soften up their often-undeserved reputation.