Noah Fecks is a New York native hailing from Queens, NY. Beginning at an early age he spent weekends at the Bryant Park library in Manhattan poring over the vast collection of photography books. His obsession with cameras, images and ideas led him to convert a spare family bathroom into a darkroom (much to his parents’ chagrin).
Since then, Noah followed the path of a photo-assistant for some of the most well known New York based photographers in art, fashion, still life and portraiture . Earning a BFA at Parsons School of Design, Noah learned traditional film photography and classical lighting techniques and regularly incorporates that sensibility and training into his current digital-based work.
Noah is now based in bohemian Red Hook with a storefront studio and full time staff, Noah enjoys working on commercial and editorial assignments.
As a published author, Noah has penned The Way We Ate: 100 Chefs Celebrate a Century at The American Table with Simon & Schuster; The personal time capsule Toast Water and is currently working on a new title exploring the decadent and sublime cuisine of the 1970s.
In his personal time noah enjoys taking day trips on his motorcycle, cooking from vintage recipes with friends, and searching the world for rare and obscure vinyl records.