“Wigstock” documents the carnivalesque bacchanalia of the Wigstock festival in NYC in the early 1990s. In street-photography style, the images capture the theatricality, beauty, and humor of the event, and offer the street up as a stage, a theme which runs throughout this work. Wigstock offered a loud, celebratory, freeing, and bold public arena for fringe cultures, particularly the drag queen and queer communities. These images represent a texture and outrageousness that now feels lost in the ubiquity of New York City’s chain stores and luxury buildings. This work captures NYC’s eccentrics flamboyantly and outlandishly costumed, performing for their own community and on display.