Joseph Gamble Honored by Tampa Museum of Art

December 13, 2012

By Barbara Goldman

© Joseph Gamble

"Velvet Elvis,"  The Elvis Room at the Turntable Hotel, Minturn, Colorado from Gamble's instagram photography.

 Tampa, Florida-based  photographer and videographer Joseph Gamble was  was honored recently as the winner of the Tampa Museum of Art’s “Life in a Moment” photography competition with a street photograph he took in Ybor City. It is currently on display as part of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s “The Man, The Image & The World” through January 13, 2013. The image was also selected for inclusion in the Worldwide Photography Gala Awards 2012 Street Photography Competition. This Saturday, December 15,  he will be co-leading the Creek Ranch Photography Adventure, a full day workshop on a lakeside cattle ranch in the Northern Everglades. The workshop is produced in partnership with the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, ThinkTank Photo and Creek Ranch.  He also created an iPhone unit in his photojournalism class at USFSP and helped co-lead Tampa’s first #instawalk.

Recent work includes:

Corporate- Nortrax for Satisfyd Inc.; Wal-Mart for Pace Communications

Editorial- “Presidential Debate Opinions Split” in USA Today ; “Convention Cities Try to Balance Security” in USA Today; “Not Your Typical High School” in AOPA Pilot Magazine

Travel – USF AIST collaboration with the National Park Service

Higher Education- Admiral Farragut Academy; Berkeley Preparatory School; Jesuit High School; Salem Academy and College ; Stetson College of Law

See more work on his site, and on instagram.