Max Miechowski is a photographer based in London. His practice, sitting at the intersection of art and commerce, focuses on long form documentary projects, commercial assignments and editorial storytelling.
Offering insight into overlooked yet everyday aspects of modern culture, Max’s work develops new perspectives on group identity on both a local and global scale. Rooted in portraiture, his images elevate his subjects, employing a strong graphic vision to explore the ways that people and space influence one another, and ultimately emphasise the reciprocal relationship between the individual, the local community and their unique culture.
His images have been exhibited internationally in places such as Paris Photo Fair, Photo London, and The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize at London’s National Portrait Gallery. He was selected as one of LensCulture’s Emerging Talents for 2019, was included in the Creative Review Photography annual in 2018, and has had consecutive winning images in British Journal of Photography’s Portrait of Britain. He has been featured in, and made work for, a wide selection of publications and clients including M Magazine, Financial Times, Airbnb, The Guardian, It’s Nice That, Royal Academy of Art.