Brian Finke's visual commentary on American and global culture focuses on authenticity and the absurdity of everyday life. A graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York City, Finke received a BFA in photography. He is the author of 2-4-6-8: American Cheerleaders and Football Players (Umbrage Editions, 2003), Flight Attendants (powerHouse Books, 2008), Construction (DECODE Books, 2012), and U.S. Marshals (powerHouse Books, 2014), and Hip Hop Honeys (powerHouse Books, 2018). His first monograph was named one of the best photography books of 2004 by American Photo magazine. Also in 2004, Finke was one of twelve artists nominated for the International Center for Photography's annual Infinity Award, and he won a prestigious New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. A self described stylized documentarian, his work has been placed in nine museum collections in the U.S. and abroad, and he shoots for editorial clients like National Geographic and The New York Times and commercial clients like Delta Airlines and Southern Comfort.