What is a normal body, and what visual cues dictate to society how these bodies fit into a standard of acceptability? The body of a transgender person is so often objectified, critiqued and fetishised. This project aims to normalise the visual perception of a trans person and the body they inhabit. It is, at its core, the normalisation of transness through a sensitive documentation of people living their lives whilst undergoing medical and social transition. As a trans person, I am driven deeply by my desire to make work that breaks down stereotypical attitudes towards transgender bodies and what cisgender people may think what they might look like- this is what they do look like, day-to-day, a life being lived.