Welcome to the website of photographer and book maker, Joseph Wright

LATEST NEWS

NOVEMBER 2017
JW Editions have published Joseph’s new body of work Cubby’s Tarn, which is available to purchase for immediate delivery (Link)

 

OCTOBER 2017
Joseph is exhibiting his new body of work Cubby’s Tarn at Grizedale, Cumbria, UK, 18th October – 31st December (Link)

AUGUST 2017
Joseph has been shortlisted as a finalist in the international contemporary photography HARIBAN AWARD ’17 (Link)

APRIL 2017
Joseph is exhibiting work from his Bradon | The Lost Forest photography series as part of the Inside the Outside collective’s group exhibition at the MMX Gallery in London this spring, 22 April – 02 June

MARCH 2017
Joseph will be leading two new book making and sequencing workshop for JW Editions, to take place at Grizedale Forest, Cumbria, in November 2017. Please view their event page for more details and bookings

JANUARY 2017
Joseph has designed and produced a charity publication on behalf of Chris Friel and The Young Minds Trust

OCTOBER 2016
Joseph has designed and published a book on behalf of the ITO collective to accompany their Inside the Outside photography exhibition, self-titled Inside the Outside. The book can be purchased through ITO or the JW Editions website

OCTOBER 2016
Joseph is guest speaking at the Wildscreen 2016 event on the 14th October

OCTOBER 2016
Joseph is co-leading a two day book making and sequencing workshop with master photographer John Blakemore on the 15/16th October 2016. Please view the event page for bookings and more details

JUNE 2016
Joseph is co-leading a book making workshop with Eddie Ephraums of Envisage Books on the 16th July. The workshop will focus on stitch/stab bound handmade books; similar in style to Joseph’s The Floods book. Please contact Joseph for more details

MAY 2016
Joseph has teamed up with fellow photographers Rob Hudson, Al Brydon and Stephen Segasby to form the ‘Inside the Outside‘ collective. As a collective they aim through the medium of photography to explore our relationship with the land, mediating between the two simultaneous worlds of being there experiencing and the revelations that occur when we open ourselves to the creative possibilities of that liminal space

APRIL 2016
Work from Joseph’s Bradon | The Lost Forest photography series has been shortlisted for the international Fotofilmic ’16 Contemporary Photography Awards