Michel Delsol, born in Paris, works and lives in New York City, has a degree in Film Semiotics and Linguistics.
He has had solo exhibits of his portrait and landscape work in New York, Washington, D.C., Paris , Italy and Japan, as well as group exhibits at the I. C. A. in London, the Museum of the city of Munich and the Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany.
His work was shortlisted for the Hariban Award and received the judges award from The Society of Publication designers, and awards from Px3, Prix de la Photographie Paris, the Tokyo International Foto Awards, and the International Black and White Spider awards.
Portfolios of his work have been selected twice by Musee Magazine and on three occasions each by L'Oeil de la Photographie and F-Stop magazine.
His photography portrait book ‘Edges of the Rainbow: LGBTQ Japan' , documents LGBTQ culture and activism in contemporary Japan and has been reviewed by The Guardian, Hyperallergic and Vice magazine.