Transfigure’s model volunteers have been bringing the brand to life since the very beginning. Recently, a few of our original models shared parts of their stories, and why they wear Transfigure apparel.
Hey, my name’s Renee! I’m from Massachusetts, but I’ve lived in Rhode Island for about 7 years. My favorite things are coffee, sunflowers, the beach and my cat. I love some good ol’ pop punk and 90’s pop music so you’ll always catch me singing and dancing along to music.
I want to model for Transfigure apparel because the trans community is such a big and important part of my life, so supporting my trans friends and companies working hard to create a strong community is something I’m always happy to be a part of!
Hey! My name is Poe, I’m a non-binary resident of lil’ Rhodey. I’m a proud cat dad and a lover of good books. I also a big believer in uplifting my community in anyway I can, so when I was given the opportunity to support a queer-owned business with a model of giving back - I was all in.
It’s important these days to put your money, time, and effort where your mouth is. More than glad I can be working with folks doing just that.
Cameron Hewey is a trans man from Providence, Rhode Island. He spends his time fostering kittens, gardening, eating fresh fruits and veggies, and advocating for LGBTQ rights.
Cam wears Transfigure Print Company because he loves wearing clothing that is not only made for trans people, but by trans people as well. Having a clothing option with relatable slogans in a world that is not always relatable feels liberating.
Hey, I’m Reily. I’m a trans guy from Providence, RI. I wanted to model for Transfigure Print Co as an opportunity promote and support a trans/queer owned business.
I think it’s important to support queer-owned companies year-round, and give back to the community I’m a part of! I’m so grateful for the chance to do that, and for the friends I’ve made along the way.
My name is Jakob Hashway, a 23 year old transgender male. I was born and raised in Rhode Island, but I absolutely adore traveling outside of it. I’ve always held a passion for modeling inside but have never felt comfortable showing it because I never truly felt myself.
There are a lot of clothing lines that support the lgbtq community but also not a lot that are owned by people who identify within the lgbtq community. Transfigureprintco, being a company that plays a huge role within our community, has given me the opportunity to live my truth, express the fight I have, and be the model I have always desired to be.
I'm a Deaf, queer trans man from Providence, Rhode Island.
I currently work for the Brown University Bookstore, as well as an ASL (American Sign Language) interpreter for events/performances. A wedding coordination major at the New York Institute of Art and Design (NYIAD), I'm passionate about bringing people together.
Modelling for Transfigure Print Company is a privilege; few businesses put out a message of inclusivity and equality that resonates so closely to values I admire.