Brady Fullerton is a neurodivergent photographer and academic whose work raises philosophical questions through a visual exploration of the quotidian. In addition, his work explores themes of mental health and masculinity. Brady is a Ph.D. candidate in Philosophy at the University of Guelph and has been a self-taught analog photographer since 2005. He sees his work as informed by a tension between theory and pragmatism. He primarily works in a documentary style and prefers to raise philosophical questions through art instead of traditional philosophy.