about Vincent Isner
Vincent Isner’s photographic art encompasses a variety of styles, including figurative works informed by the Renaissance artists and sculptors, as well as pictorialists, pre-Raphaelite painters, Yousuf Karsh and other photographic masters of the 20th century. Vincent seeks to create representative works that invite beauty to awaken and nourish it’s viewers.
With a background in the visual arts, media production, music, and child development, Vincent’s work ranges from classic nudes to character-rich portraits, African tribal elders, and two U.S. Presidents. “A photographic artist creates a world as he wishes it to be. It begins with a love of people and of beauty and culminates with an image that conveys a deeper, layered message."
Vincent also spent time as the head of a national advocacy organization on Capitol Hill and now lives in Franklin, Tennessee. Vincent’s website is www.vinceisner.com