Brandon Foushée is a photographer born and raised in Budd Lake, NJ living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Foushée has experience working in archiving, printing, and studio management for various artists and has a BFA in Photography from Pratt Institute. His image-based work revolves around the ideas of blackness, surveillance and the relationship between the camera, subject, and photographer; he utilizes his personal experiences to describe black normalcy in order to provide insight and build onto the language of Americanness.

Foushée's work was recently included in Temple Gallery's Flesh and Resistance. His work is published in the inaugural edition of The Photographer's Green Book Vol. 1. He's given artist talks for University of Arkansas and Pratt Institute and was awarded the Gordon Parks Scholarship in both 2019 and 2020.

Artist portrait courtesy of Steven Molina Contreras

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