Jim Fiscus is an award-winning visual storyteller and conceptual photographer. He is known for producing striking images in a rich, cinematic style, whilst also often using his own vivid imagination to create complex environments for his subjects to interact in.
At the heart of Jim’s work is his storytelling, which he conveys through his sensitive use of light to encapture the different feelings and emotions of his subjects, resulting in the ability to not only produce a set of engaging and arresting images but to also allow each commission to stand on its own.
At the heart of Jim’s work is his storytelling
In 2005, Jim won the International Photographer of the Year at the Lucie Awards. In 2008 his photograph of Jamie Oliver, commissioned by Channel 4, awarded him the International Aperture Award. In 2009, Industrial Color’s M Project Gallery displayed Jim’s photographic novella “The Unfortunate Moment of Misunderstanding,” New York.
Advertising Clients include:
02, Adidas, AXE, Bushmills, Credit Suisse, Embark, General Electric, Hartford, Jameson, Levis, Mastercard, MAXIM, Mini Cooper, Motorola, Nicorette, Reebok, Samsung, Schick.
Entertainment Clients include:
A&E, CBS, Channel 4, FX, HBO, ITV, Lifetime, NBC, Showtime.
International Photo Awards, The Lucie’s International Photographer of the Year Award, International Aperture Award, Campaign Photo Awards, PDN, Lürzer’s Archive, Communication Arts, PromaxBDA.