Exhibit: Night People
Inspired by the unremitting sense we are alone and uncared for in the universe, “Night People’s” solitary figures confront dark indifference. At first glance, this suggests human helplessly. A closer examination suggests the human need to help each other. There are no cosmic intercessors. We are each other's savior.
In April 2010, Noah founded The People of Detroit portraiture project. The project was created as a counterpoint to media fixated on abandoned buildings in the storied birthplace of American auto manufacturing. Noah's commercial career began in earnest in 2011 when former Draft FCB executive creative director Hweebeng Poh saw the project on Flickr and hired Noah to shoot an ad campaign for McDonald's Corporation in Shanghai, China.
TPOD has since earned national and international accolades including a grant from the Knight Foundation (2012) and a list-leading feature in Complex Magazine's "20 Detroit Artist You Should Know" (2014). Noah's clients include General Motors, Ford, The MIT Media Lab, The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy, and commissioned work for Kathryn Bigelow's “Detroit (2017).”
Campbell Marketing and Communications on the behalf of Ford Motor Company is interested in exhibiting a few of my photographs at an upcoming event at the Michigan Central Station (Ford also exhibited a print from my 50 Years Later series at the MCS openhouse in June, 2018).
My selects appear above and are organized by priority. This particular body of work is modular. Anywhere from 1 to 6 of the images may be exhibited. The public exhibition fee charged in June applies. Framebridge is the vendor for print, matting and framing. The print size will be 25” x 14.06”.
Licensing fee: $845/photo
Print and Framing: $169/photo
Please let me know if you have any questions!
— Noah, 313.528.6366, firstname.lastname@example.org