Michael Soluri is a New York City-based portrait and documentary photographer and the author of "Infinite Worlds: the People and Places of Space Exploration" (Simon and Schuster).
One of his long term projects, begun in 2005, has been documenting the people behind the scenes of the New Horizons mission to the Pluto system and Kuiper Belt Object Ultima Thuma.
His photography has appeared in numerous American, European, and Brazilian print publication and online galleries like National Geographic, Wired, New Scientist, NYT, Smithsonian Magazine, Time, NPR and the Huffington Post Highline, Grazia, Amica, Claudia and Brasilian Vogue. His work is in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian and NASA.
He has appeared on MSNBC and spoken at the Hirshhorn, National Air and Space Museum, Denver Museum of Science, Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, interviewed by Miles O'Brein at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York.