Brandon Snow (born 1990) is a photographer based out of Austin, Texas. In the early 2000’s Snow was surrounded by a peer base made primarily of painters. Inspired by the physicality of their mediums, in 2012, Snow began developing his unique exhibition style; presenting his photographs through large format, hand pulled, silk screen prints on hand stretched and framed linen and canvas. Much of Snow's work features photographs of still life and ready made sculptures exploring one’s mortality; the relationship of life and death, the good with the bad. Starting in 2012, Snow found success and support both showing and selling this work through local art galleries as well as national museums including the Ft. Wayne Museum of Art. In 2017, inspired to capture the “found” image rather than the “conceived” image, Snow’s work began to shift with a heavy influence of photojournalism and the civil activism in his communities of both Dallas and Austin, Tx. Today, Snow continues to show and sell his photographs, thru large format silk screen printing, both independently and through gallery representation.