Photography runs in Brannon’s family. He learned about photography by studying his Great Grandfathers’ silver gelatin prints and glass slides which were carefully preserved by his Grandfather – himself an avid photographer. This early influence can be seen in Brannon’s use of infrared creating dreamlike images of nature. He came into his own while studying in France. Over numerous trips he has honed his skills to develop his individual style. His images of famous architecture shows his unique view of the world creating mesmerizing images that show a new perspective of antiquities. He loves the repetition of design and details of buildings as well as studies of the light play. The use of infrared film allows his botanical images to create other worldly landscapes of white trees and gold skies. Again, his unique sense of perspective allows the viewer a new fresh narrative. After returning to his ranch in Missouri, his work was exhibited in numerous shows in the Midwest. He relocated to Atlanta in the early 2000’s. Since being here his work has been exhibited at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport. He has participated in multiple exhibits at MOCA. His work is in numerous corporate and private collections. Brannon Schnelle is very honored to have joined the Jennifer Balcos Gallery.