Florida born and Texas raised, Brandon Snow (1990) infuses photography with large format silk screen printing on linen. Photographing with both film and digital, Snow works with an arsenal of cameras dating from the 1930’s to present day, while still developing film in his studio bathroom. Snow’s dedication to quality and originality has catapulted his work to a national stage, early in his career, and it’s only the beginning.
“I take countless photographs a year and carefully select and curate which images to print. I am drawn to images that are timeless, exploring the relationship of life and death, the good with the bad, and in recent work documenting current events. It’s not that I want to be a silk screen printer, it’s that I want to print my own photographs with my own two hands. The silk screen method allows me to be physically connected to my photographs. I hand pull every print with ink and a squeegee, I cut and build the frames, develop my own film, everything. This is where I get my signature, gritty, distressed, look and this is how you get a real piece of me in the work.”
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