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It was his photographic portrayal of their story that paved the path for Williams to continue to “train his lens on the underbelly of American subcultures.” Ever since, he has focused on society’s marginalized, the underclass and outcast. Whether it be MMA fighters or Alaskan truckers, female inmates or taxi dancers, Sye Williams has made it his mission to connect with the “fight” in all of us. Rather than depict pity and defeat, he opts for defiance and dignity.
Williams has chronicled the full parade of humanity for such publications as The Advocate, Mother Jones, Colors, Maxim, OjodePez and Outside. He has also shot numerous celebrities and professional athletes, including portraits for Wired, Elle, ESPN Magazine, Esquire, GQ, Interview, Vanity Fair and Vibe.
Sye Williams is currently fighting out of Los Angeles.