Joel Redman is based in the UK, working on projects nationally and internationally. His careful compositions and quite honest style lends itself to documenting thoughtful and unique stories, the work touches on communities, climate change and the environment. Assignments have allowed him to shoot in remote deserts, indigenous forest communities and icy cold winters within the Arctic Circle, as well as unique stories closer to home.
Highlights include having work exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery, and being shortlisted for International Photographer of the year at the Lucie Awards.
Socially compelling stories have meant him working on the fresh water crisis in Cape Town, South Africa. How industry and a proposed railway are looking to impact the indigenous Sami people within the Arctic, as well as the many facets facing indigenous forest communities and how they can be an answer to saving and conserving forests and impacting positively on climate change.
Away from photography Joel enjoys spending time with his two young sons outdoors and travelling as a family as much as possible.
The New Yorker, The Guardian, The Observer, The Telegraph, Der Spiegle, Focus Magazine, Monocle Magazine, GEO Magazine, Iberia inflight Magazines, Suddeutsche Zeitung Magazine, The Ford Foundation, BBC, The Travel Foundation, DFIDD, Orange, Zurich,
To view a selection of images which are available as Limited Edition Fine Art Prints please click here.
2018 – The Fence, 7 US State outdoor exhibition
2017 – National Portrait Gallery, London
2015 – Royal Academy of Art, London
2014 – If Not Us Then Who project, solo exhibition, New York
2013 – Royal Academy of Art, London / Spotlight Studios, New York
2011 – AOP Gallery, London
2009 – Host Gallery, London / AOP Gallery, London / Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle
2008 – National Portrait Gallery, London / AOP Gallery, London
2006 – AOP Gallery, London
2018 – The Fence, 7 Us State outdoor touting exhibition
2017 – Taylor Wessing, National Portrait Gallery
2016 – The Lucie Awards, 2 Honourable mentions, Series “The Karoo”
2015 – Royal Academy of Art, Summer Show, French Shrimpers
2013 – The Lucie Awards, Category winner and shortlisted for International Photographer of the Year, French Shrimpers Series / Royal Academy of Art, Summer Show, French Shrimpers
2010 – International Colour Awards / Screenings in association with Luerzer Archive, Top 100 photographers shortlist
2009 – New York Photography Fesitval, Fine Art / PX3, Category Winner / FOTO8 / AOP Awards / AOP Open
2008 – New York Photography Festival, Advertising / Creative Review Photography Annual, Orange Commission / Taylor Wessing, National Portrait Gallery / The Lucie Awards / AOP Open / BJP International Photography Awards, special mention by Simon Norfolk
2007 – The Lucie Awards / Creative Review Photography Annual, Personal work
2006 – D&AD New Talent / AOP Assistants Awards
GEO Magazine, British Journal of Photography, Creative Review, The Telegraph, The Observer, The Guardian, Monocle Magazine