The Positive Exposure Images Gallery began with Rick Guidotti’s quest for a better understanding of genetic difference — and made a big splash in the world of photography. The first Positive Exposure photos appeared in a LIFE Magazine cover story entitled “Redefining Beauty,” featuring people with albinism.
Since then, Positive Exposure has photographed over 100,000 individuals at conferences, community-based initiatives, and the Gallery on NYC’s Museum Mile. Photographs have featured individuals living with a range of genetic, physical, behavioral, or intellectual difference. Ambassadors hail from everywhere in the United States and over 100 countries.
With each shoot, Positive Exposure seeks to celebrate humanity, inclusivity, and joy.
Explore the New Faces of Genetics over the years.
Note: If you’re interested in a shoot or would like to bring Positive Exposure photography to an event, reach out to us.