Malcolm Brown was born in Farmington, CT in 1979. He attended Cornell University where he earned a B.S and M.S. in Design and Environmental Analysis and a minor in City and Regional Planning. He pursued a career in strategic design and research consulting. In this position, he observed and analyzed how people live, work and play in space. He interpreted his findings into meaningful physical solutions; essentially composing people in space. In 2003, Malcolm’s travels to India and Malaysia served as a turning point in how he observed people creatively in both the built and natural environment. Using his discerning eye and strong post-production skills, he began to create images with a new aesthetic – one that transformed the scenery into a unique, almost enigmatic environment. This trip sparked a change in how Malcolm viewed photography and inspired the techniques and methods he uses today. Malcolm Brown shoots regularly for editorial and advertising clients. Some of his top clients include: Timberland, New Balance, CoverGirl, Matrix / L’Oreal, Swarovski and Universal Music. His work has also been featured in a number of publications including: Fast Company Magazine, NYC & Co., NYCGO, USA Today, New York Magazine, GO Magazine, City Arts Magazine, and photo blogs such as www.thisisthewhat.com. He has been a member of The Invisible Dog community for nearly three years, and this will be Malcolm’s second Work/Space. He has also participated in many other solo and group exhibitions in the Tri-State Area. Malcolm Brown currently lives in Brooklyn.