A native Texan, Jim Fiscus got his first taste of photography at a bullfight in Mexico back when he was six years old. His dad gave him a camera, and his uncle goaded him to use up the entire roll of film, which he promptly did. He studied briefly at East Texas State University under his mentor, Jim Newberry, and, in the years since, has become known for his cinematic style and ability to relay a story in a single frame. His work has can be seen in campaigns for clients ranging from Showtime, HBO, A&E, and Britain’s ITV to Schick, Credit Suisse, and Motorola. Fiscus makes his home in Athens, Georgia, with his wife and three kids in a house built in 1826.