This is a photographic portrait of photographer Brian Charles Steel.  Steel has congenital fiber type disproportion, which causes him to be thin and small framed.  Steel is positioned on the right side of the frame and he fills it from top to bottom on that side.  You see him from just above the waist.  He is wearing a suit with a long sleeved dress shirt with dress slacks.

Brian is a headshot, portrait, and food photographer; he earned a master of fine arts in photography from Savannah College of Art and Design. He uses his passion for photography, love of people, and unique sense of humor to create portraits that are naturally beautiful and human. He also does photo restoration.

Brian is best known for his black and white portrait series Impaired Perceptions. The series empowers people with physical impairments by encouraging individualization. His photography and writing have been featured on CNN and Disability Horizons. Brian has been written about on Wikipedia. His portraits have been exhibited in galleries across the country. He travels the country exhibiting his work, and speaking about ableism. He has lectured on his work to various organizations including: NASA Ames Research Center and Abilities First.

Brian has worked as a photographer for organizations including: Who’s Who in Asian American Communities Leaders and Legends Awards, Tower News and Market, and The Georgia Institute of Technology. He is available for hire.