Biography

Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Michael Prince graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Communications in 1985. After enjoying a bohemian and somewhat itinerant lifestyle, he married and moved to Florence, Italy to study photography.

Michael left Italy in late 1989 to pursue a professional career in photography. First working as a photojournalist; he later turned to fine art photography, and had his first solo show at the Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York City. He has had solo exhibitions in Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles galleries as well. His work is in the Library of Congress, several Museums and many private collections.

In 2000 he began shooting commercially, quickly gained a broad clientele, and has enjoyed numerous awards and high recognition. Michael currently lives near Boston with his wife and 2 children. He likes long walks on the beach, and puppies.

Michael has won many awards, including: Communication Arts Photo Annual 2002, 2004, 2008 & 2014; Hatch Awards Best in Show: 2010 Best in Show and 2011 Silver. And his work belongs to institutional collections in: Library of Congress, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art, and the Houston Museum of Art.

Clients

Abbvie
Aetna Insurance
AKQA
Allianz
Arnold
AT&T
Bank of America
Bayer Pharmaceuticals
BBDO
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
BMC
Cedars Sinai
Chase
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
College Board
Compaq
CVS
Dentsu
Department of Transportation
Dex
Digitas
Emblem
FutureBrand
Forbes
Ford
Four Seasons Hotels
General Electric
General Motors
Goodby Silverstein
Google
Grey Advertising
HarperCollins
Hill Holliday
Intel
John Hancock
JWT
LG
Liberty Mutual
McCann Erikson
McGarryBowen
McKesson
Merck
Milwaukee Community Health Centers
Mullen
New York Times Magazine
Novartis
Pepsi
Pereira & O’Dell
Pfizer
Pitney Bowes
Publicis Kaplan Thaler
Regence
Siegel & Gale
T-Mobile
TCW
Three
Toshiba
Toyota
TracyLocke
University of Phoenix
US Postal Services
Verizon
Walton Isaacson