As an acclaimed photographer and curator, Jon Feinstein continues to propel the medium into exciting new areas of innovation and artistry. Since co-founding Humble Arts Foundation in 2005, Feinstein has supported and guided emerging photographers around the globe with exhibitions and grants, as well as education and publishing opportunities.
In addition to his own photographic endeavors, Feinstein is the Partnerships Manager at Shutterstock, a leading stock photography agency based in New York City. He has judged and curated a number of shows and competitions in recent years, including "Another New York,” "31 Women in Art Photography,” Aneta Bartos' “Boys," Photolucida's Critical Mass, the New York Photo Awards, Magenta Foundation's Flash Forward Festival, and The Fence.
Feinstein’s own fine art work encompasses a wide array of genres including landscape, food, and found photography, exploring themes of history, popular culture, and sexuality in unique and compelling ways. He has been featured in leading publications like The New York Times, Time Magazine, Hyperallergic, The New York Observer, PDN, Slate, Huffington Post, Daily Candy, FoxNews, Modern Painters, and The Daily Beast.