British fashion photographer Sacha Maric divides his time between London and Copenhagen. He has been working professionally for about 4 years, and says this about his inspirations: “I’m inspired by unconventional approaches to art. be that photography, film or music. Nothing is more exciting than having your eyes open to a new perspective or take on things. Also, my surroundings, the mundane things that cross my path in everyday life. Friends, family and my daughter. The dark and cold Scandinavian winter and the rejuvenation that I feel when spring arrives.”
His editorial work has been published in publications such as ArtReview, Cover, Dansk, Dazed & Confused, Kilimanjaro, Pig, Style & The Family Tunes, WAD and Wallpaper, and his commercial clients include Danish Fashion Institute, Diesel, Fritz Hansen, Levi’s, Libertine-Libertine, Mads Nørgaard, Norse Projects, Won Hundred and Wood Wood.
At the moment Sacha is developing some ideas for some fashion stories he will be shooting coming months, plus his first book will be back from the printers next week. Exciting times (I’ll keep you posted on facebook and twitter)!
Here’s some of his work:
Check out the rest of his work here.