“What does transparency keep obscure?”
-Judith Butler, in the 1999 preface to “Gender Trouble” (1990)

This project examines straight photography and its privileged position as a presumably normative and transparent medium.
The work wonders: what could happen when a seemingly matter-of-fact methodology of image-making attempts to represent subjects that actively try to evade being seen in normative terms?
Above all, what might a queer straight photograph look like?

Hand, 2016

Leaf, 2016

Thighs, 2016

Jockstrap, 2017

Moon, 2016

Globe, 2016

Window, 2016

Wall, 2016