Josh Cheuse

Born 1965
Hometown New York, NY
Lives and Works Jersey City, NJ
BFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, 1988

Josh Cheuse Gallery Art

The Morrison Hotel Gallery, New York, NY
Rock, Paper, Photo, New York, NY

Josh Cheuse started his photography career in nightclubs at the age of 16. He got his first big break when he called The Clash from a payphone at his high school and received permission to photograph the band. After winning a full scholarship for photography at the School of Visual Arts in New York, Cheuse went on the road with Big Audio Dynamite, began designing merchandising, and shooting video. Early in his career he photographed the Beastie Boys and contributed to SPIN, Rolling Stone, Musician, and Time Out.

Cheuse's illustrious career includes shooting, producing, and directing music videos and a video tribute to Joe Strummer; serving as art director at Sony Music; and going on the road to photograph musicians including Oasis, The Black Crowes, and MGMT. He is currently an Associate Design director at Sony Music Entertainment in New York.
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