A Full Face
WHO ARE YOU? What makes you different than the person next to you and what have you done to celebrate those parts of you?
“A Full Face” will take you on a path of self-expression and individualism within the queer community through the art of drag performers. Through each image, you get to gain an understanding of each performer’s personality and how they have chosen to celebrate it. Don’t forget that these performers are more than someone who gets dressed up, puts on makeup and performs on a stage or in their bedroom, there is also a person who lives under each outfit who also deserves to be celebrated just as much.
As a queer individual myself, it is important that queer people can see work that allows them to help discover who they are.
Jamie Marshall is a Toronto-based photographer currently studying photography at Toronto Metropolitan University. He works in both digital photography and print photography. He is also interested in creating installation work as well. He tends to work alongside other photography students as a way to learn from them and their experiences. Jamie tends to include colour as a way to further his images and to keep them fun as well as interesting.