Closeup of eyes, of someone in drag makeup against a blue backdrop.

Queer Portraits

 Portraits
 Styling

The queer community in Vancouver is a pretty progressive space that supports the exploration of sexual and gender identities.

Documenting and celebrating this evolution + flux is important, as we all become more exposed to the many beautiful forms of queer identity, expression, and performance. This series is a way to highlight the spectrum that is gender. If you're interested in having your photo taken, please get in touch.

A crying drag queen in a purple wig against a lime green background.A non-binary person wearing an orange wig, posing in a black mesh top.A drag queen in a blue wig peering over their shoulder, wearing an orange jacket against a yellow backdrop.A black and white image of a trans person winking, wearing a white shirt.A side profile of a white woman with a black mullet against a yellow backdrop.A black and white image of a trans person crossing their tattooed arms.A white non-binary person photographed from behind, wearing a red wig.A black non-binary person wearing black sunglasses and a big white tee they're lifting up, to expose red fishnets underneath.A white woman photographed from behind, with pink hair.A drag queen shot with a red light, wearing a veil and jewels that are blue.A drag queen looking pensive with their hand on their chest, shot in red light.A drag queen with long eyelashes shot in red and green light, wearing a black veil.Someone in blue and green drag makeup wearing a blue fur coat against a blue background.Someone in blue and green drag makeup wearing a black floral jacket against a black background.Someone in blue and green drag makeup wearing a blue fur coat and white sunglasses against a blue background.
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