Brady Fullerton (he/him) is a neurodivergent and mentally ill academic and photographer whose photographic work raises philosophical questions regarding themes of trauma, isolation, mental health, addiction, and beauty, through a visual exploration of the quotidian and mundane. Brady is a Ph.D. candidate in philosophy at the University of Guelph and has been an analog photographer since 2005. He primarily works in a photographic documentary style, exploring the ways philosophical questions are raised in art as well as the ways they are raised in traditional philosophy. His award-winning photographic work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions, group exhibitions, online, in print, and at philosophy conferences.