I live in a space of perpetual liminality, either through my skin, my place of birth, my mental state, or my environment. This liminal space acts as a threshold of transitional possibility. I am neither actualized due to the oppressive forces of society, nor not-transitioning. I live in the in-between. Through the use of photography, I aim to capture the physical and psychological experience of liminality through the lens of my race and my class. My work walks a line of questions in order to observe and explore my reaction to the space I reside and how my identity informs my perception. Photography is the means by which I search for resolutions, using light or the absence of light, color, and physicality to break apart the visceral, the uncomfortable, or the content within my relationship with space.