Wojcik Bio

James Wojcik is an accomplished still life photographer working in editorial and advertising in both online and traditional media.  He is based in Shelter Island, New York and New York City and has worked with clients in major image capitals globally.  His compelling photos have appeared in media such as Vogue, Vogue Brasil, Italian Vogue Gioiello, New York Times Magazine, Town & Country, GQ, Teen Vogue, Allure and Time Magazine to illustrate stories ranging from food to beauty, fashion to finance, technology to teenagers.  Mr. Wojcik has photographed successful campaigns for clients including Nike, Gap, Coke, Target, Clinique, D&G, Bacardi, Bombay Ginn, MTV, Mumm’s, and H. Stern.  In 1998, he won an Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Magazine Photography.  His photo series’ “Cardboard” and “Freeways” were featured in the photo arts journal "Blind Spot" issues #6 and #20 respectively.  He has shown work at Bonni Benrubi Gallery in New York City.  And most recently on Shelter Island he is known for his “Dinah Rock Oyster” series postcards and is working on an upcoming series of still-lifes created for the Sylvester Manor Educational Farm.

To learn more about his editorial and commercial work visit www.jameswojcik.com and www.dinahrockoysters.com

or follow him on instagram @jameswojcikphoto