About the Artists

Jeff Ball is a photographer who has lived in Denver, Colorado since 1996. He is originally from Toledo, Ohio where he got an early start photographing with his father’s vintage Canon camera. During his extensive travels throughout Europe, Jeff found his true passion for photography.  He developed a style of shooting unique perspectives and unusual subject matter.  He focused on the details of life and shot with a philosophy that art is in everything and it’s up to us to stop and notice it.

In 2002, alongside five other Denver artists, Jeff founded The Other Side Arts, a nonprofit organization dedicated to offering art opportunities to everyone.  He ran the Artist Development program which is focused on helping artists with their creative and career goals until 2009. He is currently pursuing his photography full time in Denver, Co and works closely with Fashion Designer Mondo Guerra. More of Jeff’s Work can be found at www.jeffballphotography.com




Joshua Ball is a photographer who was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio; a blue collar city that resides in the shadow of industrial Detroit. His brother, Jeff Ball, bought him a film camera as a high school graduation gift in 1999. Joshua spent several years simply shooting photos of friends and family as more of a documentarian than an artist. This experience would eventually lead him into a position as a local nightlife photographer where he specialized in club and event photography. Joshua soon developed an appreciation for fine art and began experimenting with contemporary techniques.

In early 2010, Joshua launched BallMultimedia.com which was designed to be a virtual canvas where he could display his endeavors in the visual arts. The creation of this website would ultimately become the catalyst for his continued efforts to develop a diversified photography portfolio. Joshua is currently pursuing his passion as a freelance photographer in Toledo, Ohio; focusing on fine art as well as portraiture, commercial and event photography.

Joshua has had work published in Lake Eerie Living and American Salon magazines as well as in The Blade and the Toledo City Paper. He currently has a photo on exhibit at the Toledo Museum of Art. More of Joshua’s work can be found at www.ballmultimedia.com