Switch presents the viewer with what initially appear to be pairs of classic studio portraits of heterosexual couples. Upon closer examination, however, each diptych is comprised of two models, not four. I dress each model as a man in one image and a woman in the adjacent one. By staging the same models twice in each pair of photographs, I don’t give any clues as to the subjects’ lived genders, therefore challenging the idea that gender is stable, consistent, or single. A parody of traditional portrait studio images of couples, the project specifically challenges the gender roles espoused by such photographs, subverting imagery of so-called normative existence. Through this project, I aim to reconstruct relationship dynamics with a queer and camp sensibility.