Michael Joseph | Travelers – Ep.93

“I think they see themselves as a second family, a found family, a supportive family and they’re young in a way where they are exploring the world and seeing things for the first time, it’s very exciting, it’s intoxicating…” Michael Joseph was in town for his solo exhibition “Lost and Found” at Daniel Cooney Fine Art Gallery. Michael has some amazing stories about how the “Travelers” work took shape and about the connections he made along the way. We spend a good amount of time talking about one of the more well known Travelers, Knuckles, and how Knuckles’ journey gave Michael a deeper understanding of who the Travelers are. Michael’s work “Lost and Found” has been featured on Vice.com and CNN.com. He has been exhibited nationally, most recently at Daniel Cooney Fine Art, (New York, NY) and the Aperture Gallery (New York, NY). He has lectured for Amy Arbus at the International Center of Photography (New York, NY) in portraiture classes at the New England School of Photography (Boston, MA) and taught at the Light Factory (Charlotte, NC). http://www.michaeljosephphotographics.com/ https://www.instagram.com/michaeljosephphoto/ https://www.instagram.com/wildwestoftheeast/ https://www.facebook.com/michaeljphotographics/ This episode sponsored by the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography, Video, & Related Media – Charles Traub, Chair. http://www.mfaphoto.sva.edu/ Visit realphotoshow.com @realphotoshow on Twitter/IG/FB