Leo Howard Lubow


Leo Howard Lubow is a writer, educator, and award-winning photographer who specializes in portraits, commercial and promotional images, and fine art prints. He teaches digital photography, Photoshop, and black & white photography, both in his studio and in association with educational organizations such as Johns Hopkins University (The Odyssey Program). Lubow also conceives, photographs and designs CD covers and inserts for musicians. Since 1997, when he gave up his practice as a business litigator, he has written articles ranging from jazz to boxing, and created a varied body of images for clients and magazines, including: Simon & Schuster, The Huffington Post, Good Morning America, Downbeat Magazine, Jazziz, JazzTimes, the Monterey Jazz Festival, NPR.org, Baltimore Magazine, The Baltimore Sun, The Luminous Landscape, NBC Sports, Style Magazine, and American Dog Magazine.  Lubow has photographed over 200 billboards/posters for the Show Your Soft Side Campaign, a pro-bono anti-animal abuse effort that reaches a Facebook audience of close to 1 million visitors each week. In his personal work, Leo looks for moments of emotional resonance in the lives of others, from jazz musicians to individuals on the street.