Michael Falco is a freelance photographer who has worked for a number of publications including, the National Geographic, The New York Times, Harper's Bazaar, and W Magazines.
His first book, “Along Martin Luther King Travels on Black America’s Main Street”, published by Random House in 2003, is a collection of photographs spanning two years documenting life along streets named after Dr. Martin Luther King in America.
The Museum of Modern Art purchased one of his panoramic images of the Fresh Kills Landfill for its exhibit, “Groundswell: Constructing the Contemporary Landscape” 2005.
Selected by the New York City Art Commission, he installed a 10 x28 foot glass mural for the newly renovated Staten Island Ferry Terminal in Sept. 2007.
In 2009, published, "Caddell Dry Dock: 100 Years Harborside", museum press, a chronicle of one of the last remaining ship repair yards in New York Harbor.
In 2011, Falco began the Civil War 150 Pinhole Project photographing the war's famous battlefields and sesquicentennial reenactments with large format pinhole cameras. This ongoing work has been recognized by the Library of Congress and has been inducted into the National Archive on the Sesquicentennial.
Mr. Falco resides in Manhattan with his dog Casey.