Murat Eyuboglu

Murat started photography as an apprentice to Josephine Powell in Istanbul. After attending the Academy of Fine Arts, School of Photography (Istanbul), he transferred to Bennington College, Vermont. He lived in Paris and returned to New York to pursue studies in music history. His dissertation was on the utopian aspects of Gustav Mahler’s works. Since 2000 he has focused mainly on portraiture and collaborative projects. In 2007, he started working in film. He participated in the documentary Claude Lévi-Strauss: Return to the Amazon as assistant director. His photographs have been published by the French edition of the National Geographic Magazine and his music videos have been released by various independent record labels. The Colorado is his first feature documentary. He lives in New York City.