This photographic series explores queer disidentification—How LGBTQ individuals construct, engage in, and practice their own disidentities not bound by any existing structure. The face and body are representative of our identities—not only through our physical features, but the way we compose ourselves to present to those we encounter. The constant construction and deconstruction of self is something LGBTQ people engage in regularly. To “queer” your identity is not to create a counter identity—Rather, it is to disidentify entirely and remove yourself from any existing framework. Through manipulation and obstruction of the body and face in surreal and intimate portraits of performative acts of myself and other LGBTQ individuals, these photographs represent disidentification, self-representation, and the fluidity of becoming.