Passing examines how nationality, combined with gender and complexion, impacts identity and perception. This series takes basic studio portrait of the same people and places them on photographic reproductions, of several different passports from around the world. The name and personal information are changed, to resemble the country and culture that corresponds with each passport. This series questions how perception and pre-conceived notions change in accordance to nationality. Furthermore, how does perception of a certain nationality change according to race and gender? This project raises issues of class, race, and diplomatic relations. There are also issues of class, involving the hierarchy of nations in global politics.