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Bryan Taylor Johnson was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated from Morgan State University with his Bachelors of Science in Business Administration and minor in Marketing. At the age of 23, he moved to Manhattan and found his niche in the Fashion Photography scene, where he has shot multiple editorials, magazine publications and covers including: Vogue Italia IT, GQ, Fashionisto, HUF, Elegant, Jute, Bleu, Bombshell, Exalta, Slink and Obvious Magazine. Taylor Johnson has also photographed advertisements for: Starbucks, American Express, VH-1 featuring Kim Burrell, Marc Clark for Urban Outfitters, The Back-2-Black Foundation (Barbados), ilatti Cosmetics, Fou-Dre Vodka, Indian Princess Hair, Gunas Bags, Reds Outfitters Sunglasses by Del Toro, VEZA Wristbands, Members Club Appeal, LVL XIII Foot Wear, Soul 36 Footwear, Royaums Foot Wear and Bag Apparel, Heritage Underwear and Groom Tuxedo Lounge. He continues to work with some of the top modeling agencies in New York including: Major, Sole, Click, Red, Wilhelmina, APM, Re:Quest, Fusion and Q Model Management.
Johnson’s work also includes collaborations with Universal recording artists, NFL Players and a host of celebrities. His industry insight along with his motivational speaking engagements, allows Bryan to travel to Barbados and Washington, D.C. to inspire young adults and teenagers within the arts; where he educates the youth about prospective avenues in the entertainment industry. Johnson influences the youth to pursue their dreams diligently and obtain what other people believe to be intangible.
To further extend Bryan’s accolades, he showcased his first formal photography exhibit during New York Fashion Week, titled: “UNINHIBITED, Homme Avant Garde”. Mr. Taylor Johnson’s exhibits consists of uncensored limited edition portraits that showcase his interpretation of men in fashion as he exploits the unconventional methods of fine art. His intimate sense of portraiture possesses a modern, yet classical and fresh treatment of the nude. This places his work amongst the American tradition of fashion and fine art photography that can be associated with the works of Steven Klein, Richard Avedon and Steven Meisel.