About

Born and raised near Paris, France, Jean-Marc Giboux’s photography career started in Los Angeles, working as a correspondent for the Gamma-Liaison photo agency, covering news, social issues and cultural trends for US and European publications.

His work has been widely published by magazines worldwide, and exhibited in Museums and Art Galleries :

-       JMG’s ten-year long Photographic coverage of the worldwide drive to eradicate Polio was exhibited at the Smithsonian Museum of American History in Washington, DC.

-      His photography exhibit “Sacred Waters” was inaugurated at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, a photographic documentary on the largest pilgrimage on the planet, 12 years in the making.

Giboux is currently based in Chicago and shoots editorial features and portraiture, complementing his passion for long form documentaries with video recording and editing.

Editorial clients include Business Week, Time Magazine, Newsweek, New York Times Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Spiegel, Smithsonian, Stern, Paris-Match, Mediapart, Grands Reportages, Discovery Channel and the Sunday Times of London.  

Corporate clients include AP and Getty agencies, HGTV, British Petroleum, the MacArthur Foundation, and dozens of others.