Joseph Malham is the author of John Ford: Poet in the Desert. An iconographer as well as a writer, Mr. Malham studied art in Rome through Loyola University’s Rome Center. He graduated with a BA in History from that same institution.
Since 1999 Mr. Malham has been artist-in-residence at St. Gregory the Great Church in Chicago. His panels and icon banners, a meld of traditional Byzantine/Russian images and his own unique style, have been acquired by churches, institutions, and individuals around the country. Mr. Malham is of Greek and Assyrian descent and credits his Near East and Mediterranean heritage with his love of sacred art and iconography in particular.
The author's first book, By Fire into Light: Four Catholic Martyrs of the Nazi Camps (Peeters-Leuven 2002), tells the moving stories of four heroic figures who transcended the horrors of the Holocaust through their experiences of faith.
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