Michael Rubenstein

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Michael Rubenstein is an editorial and commercial photographer represented by Jennifer Hutz in Brooklyn, New York. After working in campaign strategy and development within the environmental movement for eight years, he began his career as a photographer in Portland, Oregon in 2004. Michael began work on a Masters of Visual Communication at Ohio University in 2005 and began working as a photojournalist at the Oregonian in 2006 and 2007. Since his time at the newspaper, Michael covered South Asia from Mumbai for three years and is now back home in Brooklyn trying to find decent pani puri and photographing the city his family has lived in since 1880. His work has appeared in Mother Jones, Time, Fortune, The Atlantic, BusinessWeek, German Vanity Fair, GQ India, Vogue India, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Respect Magazine, Inked, Institutional Investor, Marie Claire India, SLAM, Le Monde, People and AARP among others.

Posts by Michael Rubenstein:

Photo Brigade Podcast #7 with Michael Rubenstein


In this podcast Robert Caplin chats with Michael Rubenstein, a freelance editorial and advertising photographer based in New York City.

Donate to Sandy Victims, Get a FREE Print – by Michael Rubenstein


Photo Brigade contributor Michael Rubenstein recently posted a public offer to his personal Facebook page offering one of his prints in return for showing a $50+ donation receipt to victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Behind the Lens with Michael Rubenstein

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In this edition of “Behind the Lens”, Alex Federowicz interviews editorial and commercial photographer Michael Rubenstein, who’s back to work after a recent motorcycle accident.

Think Tank ‘Airport International V 2.0′ Review – by Michael Rubenstein


Brooklyn-based freelancer Michael Rubenstein reviews the Think Tank Airport International Roller V 2.0 and explains how using one can save your back.

Help Japan – by Michael Rubenstein


Brooklyn, NY-based freelance photographer Michael Rubenstein is having a print sale and all profits will go towards relief efforts in Japan.