As one of the worlds premier photographers, it’s no wonder why Taylor Momsen describes Rob Fenn as


Since beginning his photography career in 2009, Fenn and the gritty soles of his sneakers have toured all over the world, spanning 33 countries including Russia and Japan. His work can be found in print, billboards, merchandise, movies and more.

In 2013 Fenn teamed up with the iconic, multi platinum musician, filmmaker Rob Zombie to create the 272 page hard cover photo book, "The Zombie Horror Picture Show" that was released worldwide in 2014. Since then, Fenn has released photo books with Grammy® Award winners Halestorm, the multi platinum punk band Rise Against, and is currently working on his next release. 

Fenn has found himself partnered up with the animal shelter Best Friends Animal Society to release a photo every week to help raise money for the non-profit. This has been an extremely successful project and something he is very proud of supporting.

In April 2016, Fenn launched NDR Records, a true indie record label with worldwide distribution.

Fenn's adventures have led him to the world of film. With influences like Rob Zombie, Guy Ritchie, Quentin Tarantino and Billy Bob Thornton there is no telling where this road will lead.

Fenn runs all of this insanity out of the basement of his all in one Barber Shop, Coffee Shop, and Record Shop located on Historic Main Street in Payson, Utah called Cut & Scratch. You can also find Fenn rebuilding vintage motorcycles in Cut & Scratch. The current project is a 1977 Harley Davidson Ironhead named Alice, and a 1975 Indian named Chlarice.

He just finished up a 1973 Harley Davidson Ironhead named Black Betty.

Fenn is never far away from his dog Bella, his camera, his ’63 Thunderbird Marilyn, and the open road.