Ongoing project about Olivia Fisher, who is brave enough to transform and grow. 


"It is a terrific body of work and I'm not surprised it has been gaining attention. These images have a lot of heart and empathy, they offer detail and a real sense of actual relationships. I feel like these images are, in some sense, an account of love and are timeless in that sense. They do not judge, in fact they celebrate in a gentle and accommodating way." LensCulture.



Trans woman , Pontiac GTO. portrait, LGBT

Getty Gallery London 2017. This shot was taken the first time I met Olivia. I was working for Label magazine and this unguarded moment reflects a long day talking about the journeys we may take as human beings.

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Transgender, portrait, LGBT, natural light photography, contemporary portrait

Olivia and her husband Simon talking about their relationship and the changes they were facing as Olivia contemplated surgery in her transition.

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Olivia and Simon's marriage was ending and she was deeply sad to be losing her husband.

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Transgender, portrait, LGBT, natural light photography, contemporary portrait

To be both feminine and masculine. Olivia shifted in her identity and embraced the duality. 

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Transgender, portrait, LGBT, natural light photography, contemporary portrait

I returned to Olivia and Simon after they split up and asked them to sit for me again. They have both glanced towards a door, the exit.

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Gaming

Olivia alone in her new apartment gaming. 

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Transgender, portrait, LGBT, natural light photography, contemporary portrait

"Must I have surgery to be acceptable? 

Can society accept that how we define gender identity is changing?"
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