Trans people aren't photographed for the sake of portrait photography alone! They are either depicted sexually or tragically, without much room in between to exist. I want to showcase trans people and gender expression, the way trans people present themselves. How they take up space in an environment where they aren't typically free to do so. Focusing on how trans people dress, sit, stand, and move through a world where we constantly must prove ourselves. Some of us are exhausted. Some of us are free. Some of us are doing the best we can to get to a positive point with gender. Not all of us are tragic, and there are far more of us than you think. It is important that trans people can view others alike in a light that is neutral. Hopefully, to serve as a precedent of support for one another.

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