Joseph Neumayer is a versatile visual content provider, a photographer who tells stories with pictures and communicates added values in the studio and on location. Reliable, friendly, organized, creative and efficient are the mainstays of his personality, background, professional skills and service. Joseph is a personable, certified, professional, digital photographer who has completed a wide variety of projects: corporate, industrial, promotional, catalog, print, multimedia, film, video, documentary, photo journalistic & personal injury/legal evidence documentation. He knows what his clients do; and uses his skills and experience to support their success. (He has also done noteworthy pro bono work for select organizations.)
I get to go places and do things that are rarely dull or boring; AND I help support the success of my client be it communicating their product, brand or program; an organization’s goals, community service or a family party or event.
Whether it is a commercial, industrial, editorial, artistic, photojournalistic or legal assignment I ask a lot of questions until I know what my client needs and wants to accomplish; how they plan on using the images; and how best to support their success.
COMMERCIAL & CATALOG photography: Citibank • New York Stock Exchange • Sunoco • Xerox • Chesebrough-Ponds • The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences • IBM • Air France • Ketchum Advertising • Northeast Environmental • New York Power Authority • The Trump Tower /•/•/•/ PHOTOJOURNALISM & POETIC DOCUMENTARY: Published credits / assignments – images used by: The New York Times • Newsweek • UJA • Intl. Center of Photography • PLAYBILL • WPIX-TV • Sober Teens • New York Special Olympics • The Westchester Council for the Arts • LI Community Foundation • JAZZIZ • St. David’s School (E 89th St. NYC) • Caramoor Center for the Arts • The Harmony Project • The Easter Seals Society • Westchester Magazine • Long Island Press • Nassau Community College / The Vignette • Empire State College
I grew up in Woodside, Queens across the street from St. Mary’s Catholic Church & school. Years later, when I moved to Westchester, I wound up renting an apartment in “Chateau Rive” in Peekskill near Blue Mountain Lake where the family used to go for weekend picnics. What I did not know, till after I moved in, was the building had formerly been “St. Mary’s School”; and was in the Woodside school district of Peekskill. — Yikes!#!