We are so happy to welcome Joshua Kissi to our roster! Joshua is a Ghananian-American Filmmaker, Photographer and Creative Director hailing from the Bronx, whose work celebrates the vibrance of underrepresented communities through a cultural and historical lens.
His triumphant photographs and films tell stories that are often unrecorded with intentionality, respect and care. His art empowers communities of color while humanizing and diminishing stereotypes and prejudices in the images he creates. His work is soulful, distinctive and emotive, representing a truly unique view on humanity and the world.
Joshua is the co-founder of Street Etiquette- a culturally groundbreaking blog focusing on the documentation of Black men's style, See in Black- a collective of 80 Black photographers with the mission of elevating Black visibility, and TONL- a company transforming stock photography to reflect the diverse people and narratives that are overlooked in traditional media today.
Kissi has been featured as Inc. Magazine’s “30 under 30” for his work and most recently selected as Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People.