Hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, 25-year-old photographer Cary Fagan recently published his first photo book, ‘Naked’, in exploration of the natural beauty of raw images taken on film.
Blending travel photography with portraits and captures of street life, Fagan’s images follow a snapshot aesthetic, yet have a patient, measured feel. With some images heavy in grain, and others subject to light leaks or color variations, the photo book brings the reader’s attention back to the beauty of film photography’s imperfection. “The word naked is synonymous with the human body being without clothes,” explains Fagan. “However, the word can also have the meaning of feeling vulnerable or even seeing something with the naked eye.” ‘Naked’ is available for order on the photographer’s