Thomas Fisher

During portrait sessions I always try working, by thinking outside the box. Creating optical effects using items that are sometimes surprising and often taken out of their initial use.

The goal is always to capture emotions and expressions and as an eternal lover of women, I like to add a touch of nudity.

Thomas Fisher (France) was born in 1960 in Germany and living in France since 1984. He consider himself as an experienced and curious photographer.

He is constantly seeking to renew himself. Photography is a real driving force and stimulator of creativity. He is interested in photography in general, and in portraits and nudes in a particular way. 

In the portrait and the nude, the human being is self-sufficient, he is the finality from the start. People often differentiate between the portrait and the nude even though these two fields are similar and are in the same continuity. A portrait can be a nude and a nude can be a portrait.

The nude is paradoxical because it reveals both our fragility and our strength. His wish is to capture and share moments of emotion, joy, sadness, with a deep sense of aesthetics. He would like to thank very warmly all the people who trusted him by accepting to expose their fragility as well as their strength, to play roles, sometimes complicated, sometimes funny and very often melancholic.


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