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

Joseph is proud to announce that he will be exhibiting as part of the Inside the Outside collective’s group exhibition at the MMX Gallery in London this spring, 22 April – 02 June.

Work from Joseph’s Bradon | The Lost Forest photography series has been selected as a winning entry in the international Fotofilmic ’16 Contemporary Photography Awards, touring Los Angeles, Melbourne and Vancouver from late 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 this website.

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

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 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

MARCH 2016
Joseph is co-leading a book making workshop with Eddie Ephraums of Envisage Books on the 30th April. The workshop will focus on the small hand made books that feature in Joseph’s Artist Edition range. Please contact Joseph directly or through the Envisage site.

A new Artist Edition book by Joseph, Steel End, will be published in February and is now available to pre-order

A group of leading landscape photographers in the UK have organised a fund raising event to support the Cumbrian Floods appeal to help those affected rebuild their lives. Please support us in whatever way you can and also have the unique and rare opportunity to acquire exceptional artwork.

A second edition printing of the standard version of The Floods book is now available to purchase. The Collector’s Edition is sold out and will not be reproduced.

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