Bio Born in Hot Springs, Arkansas, Joe Henson eventually migrated to New York City in 1976 to attend NYU Graduate School for Film and Television. While working as a filmmaker, Joe bought his first "real camera" and fell in love. A self-taught photographer, Joe opened a studio in Manhattan in 1982 and has earned an indisputable reputation as one of the premiere publicity portrait photographers in New York. His extensive portfolio contains the photographs of over 17,000 clients including the famous faces of Annette Bening, Dick Cavett, Doc Severinsen, Adam “King Ad Rock” Horowitz of the Beastie Boys, Tyler Perry, Selma Blair, Sean Young, Crispin Glover, Charles Grodin, Soupy Sales, Chubby Checker, Diamond Dallas Page, Jackee, Brian Doyle-Murray, Rita Rudner, and Lisa Lampanelli. His commercial work has been exhibited in numerous magazines, including Vogue, Entertainment Weekly, TV Guide, and the New York Times. Joe’s work has also been featured on book jackets, corporate brochures, DVD covers, billboards, websites, and in feature films. Joe’s Fine Art photography explores what he refers to as “the emotional palette of the body’s geometry”. Joe describes his personal work as “an attempt to translate the power, grace, and mystery of the human form”. Joe’s portfolio is a mix of film and digital captures exhibited as Giclee Prints.