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Todd Snap is a photographer who has made a few appearances across the Pokémon franchise. He appeared as the protagonist of the Nintendo 64 video game Pokémon Snap and served as a supporting character in it's Nintendo Switch sequel New Pokémon Snap. Todd has also appeared in the Pokémon anime and manga respectively.
Todd was hired by Professor Oak to take photographs of Pokémon in their natural habitats for his Pokémon Report. He was given a vehicle called ZERO-ONE to explore different environments and earned various equipment to help him trigger reactions from Pokémon to photograph. After exploring much of the island he was on, Todd was tasked by Oak to take pictures of unusual formations found in certain areas so the Professor can discover their meaning. Taking a photo of every formation reveals to them a secret location where Todd can photograph the legendary Pokémon Mew.
New Pokémon Snap
Todd reappears to provide the game's protagonist with tips and tasks. He has apparently become quite successful as a photographer over the years and is currently teaching a boy named Phil in photography. He is also an old friend of Professor Mirror. During the game he will upgrade the player's camera to play music and later let them explore the Research Camp.
- There had been some past confusion over the character's name as he is referred as Snap in the televised versions of the Pokémon anime series and Todd in the DVD/VHS release. To explain this inconsistency, Snap was made Todd's surname.
- Todd Snap debuted in the Pokémon anime episode Pokémon Paparazzi before he migrated into the games.