Mitchell Moreno

In this diaristic series I photograph the friends, lovers and colleagues who together form my extended queer family. ABIDE is particularly focused on moments of domestic intimacy and on the non-conforming (trans, non-binary, non-white) body as a charged site relating to discourses of power, agency, and identity politics.

In this diaristic series I photograph the friends, lovers and colleagues who together form my extended queer family. ABIDE is particularly focused on moments of domestic intimacy and on the non-conforming (trans, non-binary, non-white) body as a charged site relating to discourses of power, agency, and identity politics.

In this diaristic series I photograph the friends, lovers and colleagues who together form my extended queer family. ABIDE is particularly focused on moments of domestic intimacy and on the non-conforming (trans, non-binary, non-white) body as a charged site relating to discourses of power, agency, and identity politics.

In this diaristic series I photograph the friends, lovers and colleagues who together form my extended queer family. ABIDE is particularly focused on moments of domestic intimacy and on the non-conforming (trans, non-binary, non-white) body as a charged site relating to discourses of power, agency, and identity politics.

In this diaristic series I photograph the friends, lovers and colleagues who together form my extended queer family. ABIDE is particularly focused on moments of domestic intimacy and on the non-conforming (trans, non-binary, non-white) body as a charged site relating to discourses of power, agency, and identity politics.

In this diaristic series I photograph the friends, lovers and colleagues who together form my extended queer family. ABIDE is particularly focused on moments of domestic intimacy and on the non-conforming (trans, non-binary, non-white) body as a charged site relating to discourses of power, agency, and identity politics.

In this diaristic series I photograph the friends, lovers and colleagues who together form my extended queer family. ABIDE is particularly focused on moments of domestic intimacy and on the non-conforming (trans, non-binary, non-white) body as a charged site relating to discourses of power, agency, and identity politics.

In this diaristic series I photograph the friends, lovers and colleagues who together form my extended queer family. ABIDE is particularly focused on moments of domestic intimacy and on the non-conforming (trans, non-binary, non-white) body as a charged site relating to discourses of power, agency, and identity politics.

Mitchell Moreno

Mitchell Moreno grew up in Leicester and studied at Christ’s College Cambridge and the Royal Academy of Music. They worked for a decade in theatre as a director and performer before shifting their creative practice to photography from 2017. That same year, they had two works shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Prize at the National Portrait Gallery. In 2018 they were the recipient of the Photofusion Select Award.

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