Brayden Olson is one of those zeitgeist-y photographers that is very much intertwined with the generational aesthetic of youth; and yet, there’s something subtly unique at play in his body of work. Perhaps its the irreverence in his fashion¬†photography; or the genuine affection that can be read in his personal archive; or even the precision with which he freezes reckless motion within his seemingly equally reckless frames. But Brayden’s work is not reckless; it is articulate in its storytelling, bold in it’s voice and candid in its expression. We spoke to Brayden about “not [being] such a little fucker anymore”, shooting fashion, working at Opening Ceremony and the beautiful mythology he creates with every click of the shutter…