Michael Joseph is a street and street portrait photographer. He enjoys meeting and interacting with people who are most unlike himself and aims to afford his audience the same experience through his photographs. His portraits are made on the street and up close, to allow the viewer to explore the immediate and unseen.
Michael has been exhibited nationally, most recently in the Aperture Gallery (New York, NY), Project Basho Gallery (Philadelphia, PA), as well as the Light Factory (Charlotte, NC). He has lectured for Amy Arbus at the International Center of Photography (New York, NY) and portraiture classes at the New England School of Photography (Boston, MA). His portraits are held in the permanent collection at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art in Indiana. Most recently his project "Lost and Found" has been featured on the CNN.com and displayed at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, MA.