Brennan Fischer has always embraced musical expression in all its forms. After a childhood filled with Michael Jackson, Miles Davis, Joni Mitchell, and David Bowie, Brennan studied trombone and voice throughout grade school. He proceeded to take up the dreaded electric guitar, played with bands in high school and even attempted the cheesy singer-songwriter gig in early college. He now expresses his musical passion through hip-hop dance, occasionally jamming with friends on guitar and djembe, and shooting shows and festivals.
Brennan is an aspiring free-lance photographer, and has shot weddings, dance recitals, fundraising events, drag shows, and put out a tasteful nude calendar for the collective where he lives. You can see his work at BrennanFischerImages.com. He has been shooting for since 2013 and has enjoyed covering great local bands like John Brown’s Body, Rubblebucket, and Driftwood, as well as some larger acts like Widespread Panic and Umphrey’s McGee. Brennan relishes the moment where the passion and the joy of live music can be frozen in time and captured visually.
Brennan wants to shoot and see much more music. Included on his bucketlist for groups to see and shoot are Radiohead, David Byrne, Com Truise, Little Dragon, Chromeo, Flying Lotus, Animal Collective, Phantogram, Soundgarden, Emika, and Prince.
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