In 1986, Brendan Meadows received his first Polaroid camera and captured Princess Diana on his second exposure during Expo ’86. She was twenty-three; he was ten. From there, his fascination with the human persona began and he has been making people look good ever since.
Meadows consistently challenges himself and the applications of his craft. He has contributed photographs to Vice, Inventory, and Rolling Stone and has collaborated with Charles Bradley, Leon Bridges, Saul Williams, Bat For Lashes, and Ronnie Hawkins. He continues to work fervently in the worlds of portrait and entertainment photography for networks such as FOX, AMC, A&E, and CW.
Over the years, he has founded three hugely successful and influential art projects: Drawn to Develop, Front Lines, and Covet Exhibition. Simply put, Meadows considers himself a gifted wanderer, a collector of people and places, a catcher of beauty as it changes, and feels blessed to be able to make work of this calibre on a continual basis.