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Michael J.

Tulsa, OK, USA

$550 - $1000 / Day

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Top Services

  • Documentary DP

  • Production Company

  • Grip

Equipment

Video

  • DSLR or equivalent
  • Drone

Audio

  • External recorder
  • Shotgun mic

About Michael

I'm a Tulsa, OK-based freelance photojournalist whose clients include The Associated Press, The New York Times, The Washington Post and Google. I graduated from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Arts in Photojournalism with a minor in Sociology. I also have access to a car and am able to take assignments throughout The Oklahoma tri-state region. I grew up in St.Louis, Missouri. where I learned that photos move people in a way that no other medium can. I spent over five years interning across the country from the small town of Burlington, Iowa to Chicago, Illinois, to the biggest wire agency in the world in New York City. Over that time, I grew in life and visual experience and fell in love with seeing life through those many different lenses and perspectives. As a photojournalist, I continue to work hard to capture our visual history as fast as it happens. I seek out personal stories and moments with unique angles and an eye for natural light. Feel free to reach out, x x IG @MichaelNobleJr

Top Projects

  • America Divided

    • Documentary DP

    The 2016 election has been one of the most divisive elections in history. Americans are striving to make their voices known in a divided country. Hear their voices through the interactive video above and ask them questions on hot buttons issues.

  • Two Town Halls in Kentucky - Washington Post

    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist

    Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) was a freshman lawmaker who had been sent to Washington with 73 percent of the vote, figuring he knew absolutely what people wanted from him. Over the past few weeks, though, it was becoming harder to tell. On social media after the health-care vote, people warned him his career was “going up in flames.” By the time he left Washington, where he slept on a mattress in his o

  • Neediest Cases - New York Times

    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist

    Each year, the Neediest Cases Fund holds a fund-raising campaign during the holiday season, with stories in The New York Times describing the travails of families and individuals in distress. The Neediest Cases Fund then distributes the funds from the campaign to seven large multi-service agencies that serve New Yorkers of all denominations in the metropolitan area. The New York Times Company cove

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Production Support

  • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
  • Portrait Photographer

Michael's Clients

  • The Washington Post