Kiwi at a coffee shop, NYC
Jamison, at "Fantasia Fair"
Antonia, alone at Christmas, NYC
Cheryl Chase, intersex activist, Santa Rosa, CA
Delia, at "Fantasia Fair"
Young Couple at a "GenderPAC" gathering, DC
Max and Cori, a reversed couple
Mara with a photograph of her siblings
Inkera, with her aunt's children, Schenectody
Tony with his wife and stepdaughter after chest surgery
Chloe, Kim, and Era, at the piers, NYC
Cori and Max, reversed couple, Atlanta
Nancy at Home, Cambridge, MA
Alison at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Virginia Prince, pioneer
Dee and Donna, learning line dancing, Baltimore
Robert Eads, Toccoa, GA
Youths at "True Spirit" conference in GA
Drew, student at NYU
Jake and Jake as a nasty crossdresser, Los Angeles
Max shaving Cori's legs
Monique in her room, Queens, NY
"Brandon Teena should have been here", Gay Pride Parade, NYC
Marla, artist with painting of herself and grandmother
Sylvia Rivera, homeless, with Marlboro Man
Robert Eads and Lola Cola, Toccoa, GA
Press Conference in DC
Cas, with daughter in-law and her baby, near Atlanta, GA
A.J., student at the School of Visual Arts, NYC
Heidi, picketing Columbia-Presbyterian Babies' Hospital
Holly Baswell, the founder of "True Spirit"
1990 - 2003
Starting in the early '90s, my work focused on female-to-male as well as male-to-female people who live full time in the gender in which they identify. I photographed the evolution of political activism, young gender variant people, and made portraits of individuals as their life circumstances changed. "The Gender Frontier", published in 2003, represents an amazing decade in the struggle against discrimination.