Englander, Joe

Community: Port Townsend
Phone: 360-390-5896
Email: joe@joeenglander.com
Website: www.joeenglander.com
Media: photography

Past exhibits and events with Northwind

2017 Showcase artist (click to see all 2017 artists) | 2016 Showcase artist | 2016 Art in the Library |

Artist Statement

My goal is to produce beautiful images that reward viewers with uplifting
enjoyment for their commitment to a willing suspension of disbelief.

Biography

Joe Englander has been photographing, publishing, and exhibiting for over 4 decades. Working in all formats from 35mm to 8x10 since 1980, he has produced color and black-and-white photography both for commercial and artistic projects. His commercial work has been used nationally and internationally and his clients include Timberland Boots, Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, Motorola, Advanced Micro Devices, IBM, MCC, SEMATECH, the Texas Bar Association, The Office of the Governor of Texas, various law firms and financial institutions.

Published in many national magazines—including Lenswork, Photomethods, Darkroom Photography, Camera Arts, Camera & Darkroom, American Photographer, View Camera, Outdoor Photography, Outdoor & Travel Photography, AG+, The British Journal of Photography— annual reports, and books––including In the Moment: Buddhists of the Himalaya, and They Ride the Rodeo, published by Macmillan and featured on CBS-TV–– Joe has been a contributing editor to Camera & Darkroom and View Camera magazines. A frequently requested workshop leader and lecturer, Joe has enjoyed participating in innumerable photography and mixed media art shows culminating in solo exhibits in Abilene and Austin, Texas, and Calgary, Alberta. His photographs are in an expanding number of private collections and numerous museum permanent collections, including those of Yale University Art Gallery, Lakeview Museum of Art, The Duke University Museum of Art, Tucson Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute Museum of Art, Rice University Sewall Art Gallery, The Denver Art Museum, The Art Museum and Galleries of California State University, and the Chicago Center for Contemporary Photography.

For 40 years, his family has lived in Port Townsend where Joe makes his home.

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