Brady Fullerton is a neurodivergent academic and photographer whose photographic work raises philosophical questions regarding themes of 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, preferring the ways philosophical questions are raised in art over the ways they are raised in traditional philosophy. In 2012 he photographed dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel, Germany, with the assistance of the Program for Undergraduate Research Experience (PURE) from the University of Calgary. This project was exhibited in The Little Gallery at the University of Calgary as part of the Exposure Photography Festival in 2014. In February of 2023, he was exhibited in the Emerging Photographer’s Showcase as part of the Exposure Photography Festival, where he was awarded the Shutter Hub Emerging Photographer award. He has been published in Canadian Art magazine, and his photographs have been exhibited at conferences in fine art and philosophy. In July of 2023, the Alberta Society of Artists will exhibit his photographs of the Calgary floods of 2013.