Brandon Foushee is a photographer born and raised in Budd Lake, NJ who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Foushee has just obtained his BFA in the undergraduate Photography Program at the Pratt Institute. His work revolves around the ideas of blackness and the relationship between the camera, subject, and photographer. Foushee utilizes his personal experiences to talk about black normalcy as a way to provide a more nuanced perspective of blackness and its visuality.
Foushee has recently exhibited in Brooklyn at the Pratt Institute, and online in Photo-Emphasis: Backtalk curated by Aaron Turner. His work is published in the inaugural edition of The Photographer's Green Book Volume One. Foushee had also recently done two visiting artist lectures for the school of art at the University of Arkansas and was awarded the Gordon Parks Scholarship in both 2019 and 2020.