Josh Kuchinsky has a unique way of looking at things. Growing up in an artistic home, he was exposed early-on to the arts and to the process and contemplation of image-making. Even before his formal training, he constantly recorded images in his mind’s eye. “From a very young age I would see graphic compositions in nature and imprint the latent image in my mind. Picking up the camera seemed like the next logical step.”
Years later, Josh focused his vision and talents, receiving formal training at the New England School of Photography in Boston, MA. In 2006, he graduated with honors in architectural photography and began assisting many of New England’s top architectural photographers, including Greg Premru, Sam Gray, and Lucy Chen.
A lifelong love of photography, architecture and design led Josh on a continuous pursuit to hone his craft, combining his personal loves into one professional passion. In 2018 Josh began teaching architectural photography and sharing his passion and knowledge at his old digs, NESoP.
Josh’s work has been published extensively with images appearing in The New York Times, Boston Globe Magazine, New England Home, Boston Magazine, Design New England, Dwell and many others.
When not photographing, you may find Josh on the tennis courts, meditating on the nature of consciousness, hiking up a mountain with his wife Alison or laughing at his way too serious cat Rocky.