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Lürzer's archive Top 200 Ad Photographers 2018/19
One Eyeland Awards 2017 Finalist x 3
AOP Finalist 2017
Art Gemini Photo X 1st Place 2017
RICS Infrastructure Photographer of the Year 2016
River People: Evening Standard Coverage
River People: ITV News Feature
London Sleeps: Londonist Feature
RICS 2016 Award: London Live Feature
London-based Matthew Joseph is an award-winning photographer whose commercial work sees him shooting across the advertising, editorial and corporate industries for brands, creative agencies, publications and selected NGOs.
Emigrating to the world of photography from the music industry, a bold and cinematic approach to his subjects and their environment strives to evoke emotion, whilst retaining an honest authenticity that he hopes will provoke a reaction, thought or discussion. Obsessed with light and capturing moments from a young age, it's people, faces, journeys and stories that dominate Matthew's work as he gladly follows it around the world.
Having won the RICS Infrastructure photographer of the year 2016, he was recently awarded 1st place at the 2017 Art Gemini Prize PhotoX competition. The winning image was taken from his portrait series 'River People', which made it to a prestigious solo exhibition in Westminster, London. His work received national press coverage on TV, radio and in the newspapers, as well as being recommended by Time Out. Matthew's latest project 'aGenda' made him a finalist in the 2017 AOP awards. and was first exhibited in August 2017, on London's famous South Bank before visiting two other venues across the capital.
Matthew is proud to have been selected by Lürzers Archive as one of the Top 200 Ad Photographers worldwide for the 2017/18 annual.
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Ariel, Barclays, Birmingham University, British Heart Foundation, Boots, Continental Tyres, Deutsche Bank, Google, Hertz, KPMG, Kwik-Fit, Lenovo, McKinsey & Company, Radiocentre, South Eastern Rail, Tearfund, Thames Water, The Guardian, The Metropolitan Police, Universal Music, Walgreens, Yell, Yorkshire Provender, You Magazine.