I'm a published artist/photographer in pursuit of images that are unique, that tell stories, stimulate thought and emotion. I'm looking to add elements of color, controversy, drama, and art to my images. My interest is to make artistic statements with political and social implications and undertones. I try to capture real, live human beings in my work rather than posed mannequins.
I'm interested in working with collaborators who want to build a body of work because rapport, communication and experimentation make better pictures. I'm less interested in single, hit and run shoots where the emphasis is on production, pressuring us to do things we already know work.
I don't want to see how many models I can work with. I want to see how many good pictures we can make.
I'm also in it for the money and you can make money, too.
* I shoot nudes and semi-nudes that I sell as fine art prints through FineArtAmerica. If I like your look/work and I think we can make money together, I'm happy to pay reasonable model rates. See the link to my on-line sales gallery above.
* I shoot stills and video for a C4S/I4S on-line studio/store #64951 and occasionally for #64555. Paid and/or content trade shoots are available.
* I also provide photo sets to Diverxity.com (similar to Zivity) with a 60/40 split of the proceeds favoring the model. If you're interested in working with me on sets for Diverxity.com, use this link
to check it out
By the way, if you enjoy the pix in this portfolio, be sure to stop by the models' pages and compliment them, too. They worked for the pictures as much as I did.
"The Amerind at Seventy-Five"
(Photography by Joe Kozlowski unless otherwise noted.)
... outlining the 75 year history of the Amerind Foundation
and highlighting the museum's more than 21,000 piece collection of Native American art and artifacts spanning over 10,000 years - from Clovis Points to contemporary art. The museum is a Southern Arizona gem and is probably better known nationally and internationally for it's world class museum collection and it's research library than it is known locally.
Available through the Amerind Museum Store