Tuck and Roll (v.); The technique, almost always done while running, involves diving forward in such a way that your shoulder lands on the ground first,
and you roll into a little ball. As you come out of the ball, immediately spring back up into a running stance, or move into a kneeling position.
The photographs in Tuck and Roll build a placeless queer community, examining what a utopia could look like in
domestic and private landscapes. I center chosen family, collected objects, hair, and body. Tuck and Roll builds a nuanced
representation that doesn’t need to be a counterbalance to erasure and a lack of public space,
but rather exists separate from and despite these violences.