Johnnie Walker relied on photographer Patrick Fraser to capture of-the-moment rock band OK Go on the heels of their latest release, the video shot in zero-gravity for their single “Upside Down and Inside Out.” Appropriately, the focus of the feature... read more
Patrick Fraser created this series from portraits he took at the 2016 Palm Springs Film Festival. It may be titled 'Nominated,' but in the wake of last night's Oscar Awards, we'll point out the winners here: the cast of Best Adapted Screenplay winner The Big Short, Best Supporting Actress Alicia Vikander, and Best Supporting Actor Mark Rylance. Congrats to all on their wins and nominations!
Susie Frazier: Emerging from Patrick Fraser on Vimeo. Patrick Fraser shot and edited new motion work portraying the Cleveland-based artist and designer, Suzie Frazier. Narrated by the artist herself, the emerging brand story here is inseparable from Frazier's personal one. Watch it here.
Patrick Fraser’s dichotomous take on beauty aligns flesh and bone with architecture in nature. In this hand-picked image for F+J’s weekly #InspirationFriday series, we love how Patrick seems to compare the rugged silhouette of the mountain with the unknowable terrain of his human subject’s pupil. We can’t help but notice how the two... read more
Here’s to 2015! Among Vanity Fair’s “most memorable moments in photography” is Patrick Fraser’s picture-perfect image of Misty Copeland, who earlier this year became the first African-American female principal to dance for American Ballet Theatre. Look back at more of ... read more
Patrick Fraser worked with Phoebe Dahl’s charitable clothing company, Faircloth & Supply, to create a fashion-forward lookbook for Spring/Summer ‘16. Shot in a secluded area overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the images and new designs are tied together by a consistent, muted palette reflecting the company’s minimalistic aesthetic. Fraser also achieves balance by focusing in on the... read more
Patrick Fraser’s ringing in the holiday season with a solo show of 12 prints at the brand new Tiny Gallery in Venice, Los Angeles, from Dec. 20 through 23, 2015. The images are a series of colorful, graphic doorways shot in Mexico City in the Xochimilco borough.
5,000 entries were whittled down to the 60 images currently on display at the National Portrait Gallery in London, of which Patrick Fraser's portrait, 'Raymond,' is one. The selection was taken from his 2015 series photographed in Argentina, 'El Chalten.' Opening night of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize Exhibit was Tuesday, Nov. 10th, and the... read more
Patrick Fraser found a well of inspiration at Iceland's Blue Lagoon, which he visited while on location for a major commercial client, for whom he shot several small business owners earlier this year. At the must-see spa, which is built around natural geothermal pools that heat up to 102 degrees Fahrenheit, patrons rub their faces with silica, a native mineral thought to boost energy and smooth... read more
Often what makes a photo is its content, unique to a particular place at a particular time. To create this #InspirationFriday image, Patrick Fraser happened to be in Iceland, shooting for a commercial client. When he stumbled upon the breathtaking Blue Lagoon spa, he knew he'd found the subject of a new personal series. Visitors rub their faces with silica, a mineral found in the geothermal... read more