Joss McKinley (born 1981) is a British photographer and filmmaker. He lives and works in Brooklyn,
New York. McKinley initially studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins, London.
Upon graduating in 2003 he went on to a masters in photography at the University of the Arts London.
He is both an art and commercial photographer and his works consist of still life, landscapes and portraits.
Exhibitions of his photographs have been seen worldwide and most notably at his solo show in
the Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam in 2012. His work has been collected by several leading public
museums including the Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam and The National Portrait Gallery, London.
McKinley works on assignments for publications including The New Yorker, The New York Times,
T Magazine, WSJ Magazine, W Magazine, AnOther Magazine, British Vogue, Hermes & Dior.
2017 Teeth Magazine No.5
2017 Sekford Journal. link
2016 AnOther Magazine by Hannah Tindle. link
2014 Photomonitor by Christiane Monarchi. link
2014 Nowness, Fashion Futures. link
2012 AnOther Magazine by Tish Wrigley. link
2012 Foam Museum. link
2012 Creative Review. link
2009 AnOther Magazine. link
2009 Wallpaper* Magazine
2008 Dazed & Confused by Francesca Gavin. link
2015 The Still Life by Gestalten. link
2014 Fashion Photography Next by Magda Keaney, Thames & Hudson. link
2012 Gathering Wool Catalogue, Foam Museum 3h
2012 Foam Album 12. link
2008 Hellbound, New Gothic Art by Francesca Gavin, Laurence King.
Foam Museum, Amsterdam
University of the Arts Collection, London
National Portrait Gallery, London
2012 Gathering Wool, Foam Museum, Amsterdam
2008 Moonlight Rooms, Exhibit Gallery, London
2014 Blog Re-Blog, Big Medium – Canopy, Austin Texas
2013 Blog Re-Blog, Signal Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
2009 A New Romance, The Ada Street Gallery, London
2009 The Sovereign European Art Prize, Embankment Galleries, Somerset House, London
2009 Saatchi Presents, Concrete & Glass Festival, Shoreditch, London
2007 Terry O'Neill Award, UK tour
2007 Between Today & Yesterday, Turnpike Gallery, Leigh, England