Todd FischerPhotographer Male Jeffersonville, Indiana, US
My Website: IMDBMy MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/toddfischer
Mayhem # 1390002
About MeHere's the DEAL:
(Since I just do this as a hobby more than anything...I'll make this package short and sweet)
$99 gets you:
1 - Hair & Make-up look with a professional style team
2 - Hour Photography Session
This includes approx. 1500-2000 high resolution images burned to a DVD (that you will take home with you) the day of your shoot.
Any questions? Please contact me.
CreditsTodd Fischer worked as an Independent Motion Pictures and Television Professional working on more than 115 hours of programming for international broadcast. He worked on such successful shows as Beverly Hills, 90210, Doogie Howser, M.D., Family Matters, Saved by the Bell and Married with Children as well as the feature films Home Alone 2, Beverly Hills Cop 3, Tombstone, Broken Arrow and many other productions too numerous to mention.
Mr. Fischer has also worked successfully in publishing, digital media and dance education. As a personal manager he has handled the careers of film and television celebrities, renowned lecturers, fitness experts, musicians, models and top dancers from around the world.
Todd is also a well-known photographer. Working alongside M. Rock Style™ Image Consulting, he has photographed over 2,500 models, musicians and celebrities. His photography is so popular he once shot over two million photographs in an 18-month period.
He has stood center stage at the Ryman Auditorium and Radio City Music Hall. He was a percentage owner of the Louisville Fire Arena Football Team. He has marched to the White House and spoken on the steps of Capitol Hill on behalf of the ALS Association. Mr. Fischer worked alongside the University of New Mexico’s contract archeology department conducting ground-breaking research at the UFO Crash at Roswell debris field, and on the investigative team conducting research on the Kecksburg, Pennsylvania incident. He is most proud of working with the Manhattan Project’s, Chester Lytle, who developed the detonator for the original atomic bomb. Todd worked with Mr. Lytle shortly before his death, helping him to collect his memoirs, document his research and recount his stories for publication later. Much of his work is still classified by the U.S. Government to this day.