Mine is a growing collection of daily fine art self-portraits, which turns an eye towards transgender men. With nearly eight hundred photos, Mine's breadth highlights honesty, emotion and desirability through the ordinary, the everyday and the unremarkable.

Trans narratives are often told by cisgender people (people whose birth sex aligns with their gender) and mainly focus on transition stories or victimization, missing out on the lived experiences of trans people- their successes, their emotional lives, their relationships, and their work. Mine shows one transgender man's life and hopes to humanize a community that's largely invisible in mainstream media.

At its core, Mine is reclamation of how transgender men are seen.