“Imagine that you are blind, inhabiting absolute darkness. One day a cure is developed so that a still image can be imprinted on your cortex enabling you to finally see. However, it’s just one image, and you must look at it for the rest of your life. Which picture would you choose?”
James Fisher arrived at this proposition in order to define his commitment to photography as an artistic expression. He pursues each image framed in his lens with the conviction that it could articulate a view of the world that is both personal and universal.