From the age of 17, Jesse Rieser began looking through a lens, making portraits filled with telling details and compelling characters. He quickly became recognized for not only his success with commercial clients but also in the fine art world. His work inspires engagement, drawing in the viewer, causing them to wonder about the subjects and the stories they have to tell.
With over 40 exhibitions, Rieser continues to find ways of injecting art into his documentary photography. Here we see work from his long-term photographic art projects and recent client commissions for The New York Times, Wired, Condor Airlines, Time Magazine, Barron’s and Amtrak.
Clients find him as a creative additive to the collaborative process not only with his technical expertise but also in the ideation phase. He feels his greatest currency is how he communicates and sees the world. Some call it empathy. Some call it charm. His mom just says he’s a nice young man.
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