Joe Gatto is a New York City-based photographer who specializes in street photography and documentary-style shots that capture the city around him. He’s been shooting for the last decade and is a member of the Magnum Foundation, the Society of Photographers, and numerous other professional photography associations.
Gatto’s work is incredibly good, and we’re excited to see him continue his passion and create more imagery that is uniquely his. He is currently working on his second book, and we can’t wait to see how he does in the final part of the series.
He’s also working on an animated series, and it’s the first project from his partnership with Emmy-award winning animation producer, David Mirkin. Gatto will be working with Mirkin to animate the series, and he and Mirkin are working on two more projects with Gatto working with Mirkin to animate the series and the movie.
Look for the first episode of the series to air Fall 2016. The second episode is currently filming, and its due for a September 2016 premiere.
Joe Gatto’s work is often cited as being one of the most “tasteful” and entertaining things in animation. His work has been described as “stunning,” and “stunningly beautiful.” His work has been described as “brilliantly innovative.” His film work has been described as “wonderful,” “unforgettable,” and “wonderful.
Gatto is probably best known for his work on the likes of SpongeBob SquarePants, The Penguins of Madagascar, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. His work has also been described as being the finest animation ever made. Most recently though, he has been praised for his work on the upcoming movie version of The Adventures of Tintin, and the animated version of the TV series Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
The film version of The Adventures of Tintin will be published by Warner in the US in February, and you can check out the trailer for the TV series below.
I’ve recently discovered a new source of inspiration for my work, and it’s one that’s never been featured in many of my stories: Joe Gatto. I first heard about him from a Reddit thread years ago, and I’ve been meaning to check out his work for a while.
Joe Gatto is a British-born American photographer, and his photos have been featured in newspapers, magazines, and on TV (including The Simpsons, which recently featured his famous photo of Bart Simpson having sex with the cat). They have appeared in many of the world’s top publications including Esquire, the New York Times, and The Atlantic. They have also received a Pulitzer Prize, and have appeared in the collection One Person, One Image.
Gatto’s work speaks to the nature of the human mind, and the way it is shaped by our circumstances. It isn’t surprising that he would end up in a photo shoot to promote a game he’s been working on. If you’ve ever thought about selling your soul to a living god, you’ll probably be pleased with how Gatto’s lens turned out.