So I can Breathe, Photo and Sticker, 8 x 11 in, 2006
sHE Wall, Silkscreen, 60 x 54 in, 2008
Take Your S's Back, (Cut S's from sHE Wall), 2008
Male and Female Binders (double sided), Silkscreen, 11 x 15 in, 2008
Ideal Hair, Silkscreen with flocked hair, 11 x 11 in, 2008
Ideal Hair (#2), Silkscreen, 12 x 9 in, 2014
Gender Cards, (appropriated text from Adrian Piper, My Calling Card #2), Digital print, 3.5 x 2 in, 2008

Trans Walkway   Multimedia,     6 1/4 x 3 1/4 ft,     2009

Transgender Walkway is a memorial to my murdered transgender ancestors. This piece depicts the entire list of 249 (reported) victims of transphobia in the United States from the late 1970’s to 2008. I ask my viewers to walk upon my work as a reminder of the respect given to my transgender ancestors in life and in death, and to acknowledge that in a way we are all implicated in perpetuating inequity where it still persists.

I'm Staying in Maine, Reductive woodcut, 20 x 28 in, 2008
Baby Dress, Reductive Woodcut, 23 x 17 in, 2009
Right of Package, Blind Embossment, 11 x 11 in, 2010
Right of Package, Reductive Stencils, 11 x 15 in, 2014

100 days (Personal Gender Percentage)     Paper     Each 3 x 5 in     2011

I tried to calculate my gender in 100 days by creating a checklist of my actions and behaviors that I interpret to be masculine or feminine.

The desire to complete this project emerged from years of hyper awareness surrounding the way I present my masculinity and femininity. It allowed myself to keep track of my performance and to see what my gender really looks like to myself, and possibly to others.

I was not too surprised by the results: 37 masculine days, 36 neutral days, 27 feminine days.

Small Female Bodybuilder Series,     Silkscreen,     7 x 11 in,     2013

Disguise, Glow-in-the-dark silkscreen, 7.5 x 11 in, 2013
I'm A Real Boy (#2), Letterpress and silkscreen, 18 x 12 in, 2013
I'm A Real Boy (#3), Collage, 18 x 18 in, 2014