Noah Rabinowitz was born in the South, raised in the Midwest. After working in The White House and The Wall Street Journal, he can now be found shooting commissions or tinkering in his photographic studio in Brooklyn, NY.
Noah was on staff with The Wall Street Journal from 2009-2010 and has interned with The White House (under the Bush and Obama Administration), The Denver Post, The Concord Monitor and The Free Lance-Star.
His interest in the image and its uses has allowed him the opportunity to participate in a wide range of projects for media organizations, in collaboration with artists, filmmakers and designers, researching and maintaining historical archives, communications for the US government, as well as producing editorial and commercial assignment work. He can also be found eating brunch and trying to figure out how to live to be 100.