"Citizens of Nowhere" examines the intersectionality of race, ethnicity and nationality, and highlights the diverse experiences faced by the growing number of individuals who don't fit neatly into a single minority group. Society continues to classify and portray minorities as one-dimensional, homogenous groups—"black" and "brown" and "Asian"—but the reality is so much more nuanced, and these nuances are vastly underrepresented. With this series, I hope to give a platform to the voices and stories of individuals who struggle to fit within these model minority groups. If we are to represent minority groups, how can we do so in a way that is truly inclusive and honest? How do these "messy" stories fit? These are the questions I hope to shed light on through this series of portraits and interviews.