Dr. Joshua Sariñana's passion for photography coincided with his interest in the brain and mind. After studying neuroscience at UCLA and MIT, Sariñana switched his focus to the practice and theoretical study of photography.
He has exhibited nationally and internationally, including a solo exhibition at the Griffin Museum of Photography, and has shown at the Month of Photography Los Angeles, Photoville, and the Center for Fine Art Photography.
Sariñana was named as 2017 and 2018 Critical Mass Top 200 Finalist. His work has been recognized by the Sony World Photography Awards, American Photography, and Prix de la Photographie Paris. Sariñana has published his photography in several periodicals, including Photo District News, Black & White Magazine, Silvershotz, and SHOTS Magazines and has been featured on Time, CNN, and an iPhone 6 commercial ad. He is also a two time recipient of the Council for the Arts Grant at MIT.
He has published several articles on the intersection of photography and neuroscience for PetaPixel, Don’t Take Pictures, and The Smart View. He has also given talks on neuroscience and photography at Trinity College, Dublin, Northeastern University, and Flashpoint Boston. Sariñana currently resides in Cambridge, MA.