Todd Fisher creates images that are sometimes ugly, often can make you a little uncomfortable, but are always intriguing. There are very few photographers who entice you to think about what is happening outside of the image, to what has happened before or after a photo has been taken that isn't revealed at face value (or what is just outside the lens). Fisher began taking photos when he moved to New York in 1998, and since then he has perfected a lo-fi snapshot style of photography that manages to convey a lot using very little. With his friends frequent subjects (and often in a very un-flattering light) it makes you wonder what kind of hi jinks dude gets up to on the weekend.
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