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.
Tuck and Roll centers around individuals and intimate groups from Pittsburgh and San Francisco's queer communities juxtaposed with changing public landscape. As rapidly developing cities push queer culture out from physical spaces, the work examines how queerness occupies domestic arenas and the role that hair, collected objects, and community play in identity. More queer people photographing others from the community serves as a counterpoint to spectacle and typical slanted representation.