Noblesville City Hall (September, 2018)
Noblesville, IN

Phoenix Theatre (September, 2018)
Indianapolis, IN

Schwitzer Gallery, CCIC (September, 2018)
Indianapolis, IN

MLK Community Center (September, 2018)
Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis Central Library (September, 2018)
Indianapolis, IN

SF Camera Work (June, 2017)
San Francisco, CA

Photoville (September, 2016)
Brooklyn, NY

PhotoNola (May, 2015)
New Orleans, LA

John Jay College of Criminal Justice (June, 2015)
New York, NY

Penn State University (July, 2015)
State College, PA

NYC City Hall (February, 2015)
New York, NY

“Photographer introduces exhibit featuring local gun violence survivors.” (Fox)
"Documentary photographer Joe Quint has spent the past five months coming to Indianapolis to capture families directly impacted by gun violence and workers like parole officers and prosecutors who are indirectly touched by it."

“A stark look at how gun violence ripped these families apart” (Yahoo News)
"Every day, 88 Americans are killed by gun violence. And just knowing that was enough to push Brooklyn–based photographer Joe Quint into action."

“Her son was shot. He died on his birthday. Now she's speaking out.” (NBC)
"One day after a shooting in Charleston killed nine people, victims of gun violence attended a photo exhibit organized by Everytown for Gun Safety."

“This is what surviving gun violence looks like.” (PBS News Hour)
"For two years, photographer Joe Quint has traveled around the country to photograph and interview other survivors of gun violence for his series “It Takes Us.” We asked him what we can learn from their stories."

“‘Faces of Gun Violence’ shows the humanity behind the headlines.” (Feature Shoot)
"Most of these people, in one way or another, have been screwed [and] re-victimized by the media,” Brooklyn-based photographer Joe Quint says of the survivors he’s met over the course of It Takes Us."

“NY gun reform photography show starts with moment of silence for Charleston.” (The Guardian)
"At the New York opening of his exhibition It Takes Us on Thursday, photographer Joe Quint asked for a moment of silence. The show, organised by the Dads’ chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and Everytown For Gun Safety, displays portraits of 'survivors'"

“(These) powerful photos are more relevant than ever.” (Huffington Post)
"As the nation reels from yet another high-profile gun violence tragedy — this time in a movie theater in Louisiana — photographer Joe Quint was, sadly, not surprised."

“Meet the man fighting to end gun violence through photography.” (Coveteur)
"Joe Quint has traveled the country capturing the stories of everyday Americans who have been impacted by gun violence."

“I Was Shot 47 Years Ago. I Still Haven’t Healed.” (The Trace)
"Roughly 80,000 people survive a gunshot wound each year. In March, The Trace launched a survey in an effort to fill the deep gaps in understanding about what happens to shooting victims who live through their injuries."


"Untold Stories of Gun Violence"
Phoenix Theatre, Indianapolis, IN

"The Impact of Noblesville"
Phoenix Theatre, Indianapolis, IN

"Suicide and Access to Guns"
Indianapolis Central Library, Indianapolis, IN

"An Artists' Calling"
University High School
Carmel, IN

University of Iowa Lecture Series
Iowa City, IA

The Connecticut State Capitol
Hartford, CT