I help people, brands, and businesses identify their visual message in order to create meaningful engagement through print, web, and social media platforms.
Experienced brand manager, event producer, and content creator with over a decade of accomplishment in the live entertainment industry.
Published internationally in The Guardian UK, Travel + Leisure, USA Today, Relix Magazine, St. Charles Avenue Magazine, OffBeat Magazine, Gambit Weekly, Antigravity Magazine, and others. I'm a lifelong resident of New Orleans and 1/2 of collaborative art duo, Mash Buhtaydusss, with visual artist, Barbie L'Hoste.
I especially enjoy documenting concerts and festivals - contact me to join your house photography team. I appreciate opportunities to work with artists, musicians, authors, and event producers helping them achieve consistent high level visual representation to bolster their online presence.
Clients have included NFL Films, The Domain Companies, Brechtel Hospitality, State Farm Insurance, Hancock Whitney, Live Nation, Triumph Motorcycles, The Royal Sonesta Hotel New Orleans, Dixie Beer, and United Way among many others.
I seek adventure, authentic people, and unique experiences in all that I do. Photography allows me to practice being an explorer, a sociologist, a fanatic, a stealthy wallflower, a journalist, and a human. It's an excuse to participate more. It's a conscious effort to not only mark that "I was here," but also that you were too.
I do not shoot weddings or exploit the Mardi Gras Indian culture.
Be Well & Adventure,
Member of Professional Photographers of America and The New Orleans Photo Alliance.
"On Brandt Vicknair's Instagram account, you'll find a lot of mics, hair-whipping and moments of spiritual exuberance captured at concerts and musical events. Also, check out his breathtaking scenes that remind you just how magical Louisiana really is."
365 New Orleans: Brandt Images
18 of the Most Talented Photographers in New Orleans
-The H Hub
Outgroan: Collaborative Mixed Media Showcase Visualizes Innocence Lost, Offbeat Magazine, Sam D’Arcangelo
Review: 'No Dead Artists' explores politics and identity in 22nd edition, Gambit Weekly, D. Eric Bookhardt