Meet Tiph Browne

Tiph Browne (b. April 18th, 1990) is a Bajan-American graphic designer, photographer, activist, and organizer from Brooklyn, NY. They received their AAS in Graphic Design from Pratt Institute (2010) and a BFA in Photojournalism at Corcoran College of Art + Design at George Washington University (2015).

They started their career in visual arts in 2006 after taking a film photography class at the International Center for Photography's Teen Academy and fell in love with photography's ability to capture a moment in time forever. Working under the name Nerdscarf Photography their work has been featured on Out-FM, Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force website.

Primarily using documentary photography, they focuses on sharing the work and stories of marginalized communities including youth, people of color, and the queer and transgender community. Additionally they uses studio photography as a platform to capture their subjects unique personalities and has been fortunate enough to share spaces with radically vibrant people who allow them to do so. 

 

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Past Clients: Katalyst Live, Sylvia Rivera Law Project, Alley NYC, GLSEN, Theater of the Oppressed, Materials for the Arts, Marimacho, Brown Boi Project, Blu Realty Group... and more to come!

Work Featured: The Advocate, Washington City Paper, Culture Bot, Dapper Q, Huffington PostGLAAD, AfterEllenMass Appeal,  Out-FM, Task Force Blog, Queerville

Exhibition History: CONNERSMITH ACADEMY 2015, NEXT 2015, Photo Todos 2011