Josephine Rozman is a Commercial Interior and Food Photographer currently based in Brooklyn, New York. Her eye for style and attention to detail comes from her many years of photography experience in Australia, Asia and the United States.

Having made her debut in Food Photography early in her career, Josephine has had the pleasure of working alongside many prestigious hotels and world class Michelin Chefs. 

It was later in her career, upon traveling to Mexico on assignment, that she discovered her intrigue for Design and began shooting for Interior Designers and Artists alike. Josephine perfectly captures the homes and ateliers of her many subjects. 

Inspired by nature and the Baroque art movement (derived from the Portuguese word "barroco" meaning, "rough or imperfect pearl"), Josephine plays tribute to her inspirations through her raw aesthetic, and dramatic treatment of light and shadow. Josephine's style yields an understated elegance through her precise interpretation of light and un-staged compositions.

Editorial and Publishing Updates;
Josephine's work has recently featured in the April addition of Architectural Digest and the May addition of Veranda. Upon collaborating with food personality Robert Rosenthal, Josephine's work features in the cookbook, launched May 2016, Short Order Dad.

Photographers note;

 Everyone has a story to tell. My mission is to capture your vision through the art of photography. Beauty lies in the details and so I find what makes your project unique and showcase that quality. I believe the best results are driven by a collaborative effort and so I hand pick the right team for each production. 

Clients;

Four Seasons HotelShangri-La HotelAlfred DunhillAMBER Mandarin Orient LandmarkMaximal Concepts,Press Room GroupWooly Pig ConceptsGotham Bar and GrillH&H BagelsTasting Kitchen MagazineHong Kong TatlerDestinAsian MagazineNiche Media GroupGotham MagazineHamptons MagazinePiro ProductionsBrandman AgencyChipotleAVONLaura Kirar, ShopHouse