Swiss/Chinese photographer Jeff Hahn started shooting when he was about 13 or 14. Today, years later, the London based photographer’s work has been featured in publications such as Post Magazine, Hong Kong Tatler, Kee Magazine, Peninsula Magazine and WestEast Magazine, and a few online like Idol and Vice(Style).
He mentions the work of Wing Shya, Paolo Roversi and Guy Bourdin as sources of inspiration, but when working on shoots Jeff likes to block out all noise, and get inspired entirely by the moment: “- I tend to work in a bit of a vacuum with regards to inspiration, which isn’t a good thing at all, but I think all the magic and inspiration happens when the model is in front of the camera and everything is happening, the light is shining perfectly and the pose is spot on, and I’m working with some really great looks from a visionary stylist, then I really get inspired.”
Here’s some of his work:
Check out his portfolio here.