Noah Fodor (b. 1999) is a Pittsburgh-based landscape photographer and artist. He received his B.F.A. from Point Park University. His work is heavily conceptually driven and borders on documentarian, as he works with themes such as notions of history, membership, geography, isolation, displacement, corruption, and violence and power. Doing so through photographs, the archive, collage, and text.
Fodor’s work has been selected and shown on sites such as Photo-Emphasis, The Darkside Collective, and F-Stop Magazine. Alongside these, he curated an online exhibition with Evan Perkins and his project When Light is Put Away for Silver Eye Center for Photography. He was also highlighted as a featured artist on Point Park University’s website in 2020.