This series of work looks beyond the facade and into the more personal moments of a drag queen. What lies beyond the surface is where the truth is. Often this is the opposite to how we experience the public persona of drag queens. These moments aim to dispel some of the miss understood ideas of drag. To show more publicly the intimate side of this art form. For such a long time this practice has been hidden, preformed in private places and seen as taboo. In Melbourne, Australia people are having conversations and actively breaking down the barriers, around marriage equality and gender. This series aims to build on this conversation.