Josh Huskin is an advertising and editorial photographer based in San Antonio, TX and runs Eleven Hundred Collective Studio. He grew up in a small town in West Texas before moving to San Antonio in 2005.
While he’s best known for his fanciful yet insightful images of movers and shakers – Julián Castro, David Robinson, Nina Diaz, Simone Biles and Sir David Adjaye to name a few – he is also a first-call photographer for advertising agencies, corporate projects and magazines. Josh has exhibited work at Flight Gallery, Plaza de Armas, McNay Art Museum and Blue Star Art Contemporary Museum. His work has been included in the American Photography 33(book), 35(archive), 36(book) and 37(archive) , and his portrait of Spot Barnett has a permanent home in the Wittliff Collections at Texas State University. Josh gives back to his profession as co-founder of 4x5 Photo Fest, a free one-day workshop by and for photographers held annually in San Antonio.
2014 – Fiesta Folks / Flight Gallery
2016 – Pet Project / Plaza de Armas
2016 – American Photography 33 Book
2018 – Carla the Goat, 1788 / Common Currents at Blue Star Art Contemporary Museum
2018 – Dad Jokes / CAM at Cortez Library
2018 – Cammie Award for Dad Jokes
2018 – Dad Jokes / McNay Art Museum
2018 – American Photography 35 Online Archive
2019 - American Photography 36 Book
2020 - American Photography 37 Online Archive
Partial Client List: Texas Monthly, New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Whataburger, NPR, Hulu, H-E-B, VIA, Richards Rainwater, L’Oreal, Visionworks, Geekdom Media, Limatus Bespoke, Chevrolet, Western Union, Austin Monthly, 60 Minutes, Southwest the Magazine, ABA Journal, Totino's Pizza Rolls, San Antonio Magazine, Santikos, Texas A&M, Rivard Report, St Mary's University, Trinity University, and others..
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photo of JH by Matthew Busch.
Josh Huskin, San Antonio Texas Editorial Commercial Music and Portrait Photographer.