MICHAEL FISHER / STYLISTMichael Fisher brings a unique direction to fashion styling, his training and knowledge of photography is evident as he tells many different stories for a wide range of clients. His versatility comes through his vast exposure to all types of imagery from portrait, fashion, documentary film, journalism and fine art.
Moving to NYC in 1993, he attended The School Of Visual Arts, earning a BFA in Photography. He started working for Annie Leibovitz at the age of 18 and acted as her Archivist from 1994 — 2007 all the while pursuing his own fine art photography.
Always interested in fashion, but never wanting to be a "fashion photographer," he changed careers and started assisting stylists, such as Bill Mullen, Lori Goldstein and Rachel Zoe.
Working with his first celebrity client — Mickey Rourke on his Oscar campaign for "The Wrestler", his unique ability to focus and fine tune a wardrobe for a wide range of appearances and red carpet events — lead to the most talked about "Men's Fashion" story of the award season. Fisher has gone on to work with other male celebrities such as Michael Shannon, Ty Burrell, Albert Brooks, Stephen Dorff, One Republic and most current — Jonah Hill for his 2012 Oscar campaign. He has styled editorials for Men's Uno, PLAYBOY, L'uomo Vogue, Interview, T.O.N.Y. and the New York Times Magazine. His advertising clients include Armani Exchange, Alexander Wang, Donna Karan, DKNY, Hugo Boss, The E! Network, American Express, and Walt Disney.