Michael Cuffe resides in the San Francisco Bay Area and is an internationally recognized photojournalist and filmmaker, whose work has been published in a variety of books, documentaries, and magazines worldwide. He focuses his camera on capturing the wonders of civilization's monumental achievements, nature's splendor, and the creative humans that inhabit planet Earth at this time.
A graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Television and Film Production, Cuffe began his career working for Paramount Studios and other Hollywood based production companies. His lifetime passion for still photography eventually began to blossom into a career, with recognition for his documentation of international street artists and the contemporary art world. In 2010 he launched Warholian.com as a documentarian and journalist to museums, artists, and galleries. He has been interviewed and and his work has been presented in various television, streaming, and print media. Michael and his photos are featured currently in "Saving Banksy" an acclaimed award winning documentary on Netflix.
Notable journalistic recognition for his work has come from The Washington Post, CNN, The New York Times, UK's The Guardian, London's The SUN, The Huffington Post, and the coveted #1 photo on Reddit.