Jonno Rattman is a photographer and master printer. His photographs offer a dramatic view of the complicated present. He works from the heart, making pictures with feeling, concerning a wide range of subjects: youth bull riding championships for The New Yorker; the Westminster dog show for the New York Times; backstage fashion for Vogue Paris, coal infrastructure for The Wall Street Journal; the FBI’s bomb squad training for Popular Mechanics; pandemic preparedness for The Atlantic; the 2016 political races for Bloomberg Businessweek and others.
As a printer he has prepared exhibitions for, among others, Rosalind Fox Solomon, Gilles Peress, Wafaa Bilal, and Neil Selkirk for the Estate of Diane Arbus. Additionally, he has produced the prints and reproductions in nearly 20 photography monographs released by legacy publishers and small presses. He works regularly with Yolanda Cuomo Design, a book and exhibition design studio in New York City. Rattman studied photography, anthropology, and art history, earning a BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Rattman was recognized as one of PDN’s 30 Emerging Photographers to Watch in 2015.
Rattman is represented by Roxanne Doucet at Agence Triptyque and David La Spina at Esto.
He splits his time between New York City and Pennsylvania.