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Amyn Nasser, a critically acclaimed photographer of International Fashion Editorial and Architecture. For more than 39 years, he has travelled the world photographing celebrities and other prominent figures, shooting major advertising campaigns and national landmark architecture.
2023 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 WINNER in Fashion, Advertising, Nude, Architecture, Fine Art, Color, Black & White.
GOLD + SILVER Graphis International Awards
GOLD + SILVER + BRONZE Budapest BIFA, Tokyo TIFA, Moscow MIFA International Awards
International Color Awards
PX3 Prix de la Photographie de Paris Awards
Spider Black and White Award
Applied Arts Awards
Photo District News
Amyn Nasser’s photography exhibits at LUMAS Galleries worldwide including LUMAS Art Basel, LUMAS UAE, LUMAS Saudi Arabia, LUMAS Vancouver, LUMAS Toronto, LUMAS New York, and has exhibited at the LUMAS Art Basel Gallery Switzerland. Amyn has also exhibited at The Smithsonian Castle, Washington, D.C., and was the only official photographer exhibited at Vancouver Olympic Village, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Amyn Nasser has photographed covers and fashion editorial stories for world-renowned magazines such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Glamour, L’Officiel, Men’s Vogue, GQ, Rolling Stone, Max, Prestige International, Guest Informant, International Guide, Esquire, Brides, Clic, Amica and more, in France, Italy, Germany, Japan, Canada, and the United States.
As the exclusive west coast photographer for Prestige International Magazine Paris, shooting covers and ninety pages of fashion and architecture pages per issue, Amyn Nasser worked with a photography production team of models, celebrities, hair, makeup, stylists, assistants, videographers, production, post-production, and set decorators.
He has photographed a host of celebrities that include Rob Lowe, Jeff Goldblum, Prince, Sheila E., Iman, Claudia Schiffer, Carmen Electra, Carla Bruni, Carl Lewis, Jon Secada, Helena Christensen, Jean-Paul Goude, The Jackson Family, Wayne Gretzky, Claude Montana, Eva Herzigova, Sandrine Bonnaire, Sophie Marceau, Veronica Ferres, Susie Abromeit, Bria Murphy, and Donovan Leitch.
The landmark architecture Amyn has photographed includes the James F Goldstein residence in Los Angeles, California, which is part of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art collection of historic properties, and the Frank Gehry-designed residential estate and beaches (worth $57.5 million), for an exclusive 90-page fashion and architecture production. The 11,413 square-foot house with Gehry’s asymmetrical style is unique in mid-twentieth-century modern architecture.
Amyn Nasser photographed the famous landscape titled Morbras Meeting Point that exhibited at Sotheby’s Fine Art Chicago and auctioned at Sotheby’s Fine Art New York for the Philip Glass House Modern Views auction. This landscape, designed by world-famous landscape architect Kathryn Gustafson, is in Roissy-en-Brie, France.
In appreciation of Amyn Nasser’s spontaneous aesthetic style, he has been a Guest Photographer on several occasions to the Aga Khan at the estate of The Aga Khan in Aiglemont, France. There, Amyn photographed the Aga Khan and several world leaders for the estate’s historical archives and documentation.
Amyn Nasser’s consistently exemplary work keeps him in company with the most influential photographers worldwide. His work is always ahead of its time, and he is a pioneer in the field of image coloration. It is reminiscent of early 1960s artwork and has made a comeback to the world of photography because of Amyn’s secret formula in photo editing and photoshop utilizing a cinematic Technicolor metallic formula that no one else has. His ten feet wide architecture photos were the first to be printed on high-grade luxury super gloss aluminum.
With a singular ability to tell visual stories, Amyn Nasser’s vision will last much into the future as a unique story-teller of the human condition. His extraordinary ability to translate his observations into the most memorable and timeless photographs allows him to remain prominent in his chosen field of photography. His work has a timeless aesthetic that is yet modern and fast.
Amyn Nasser’s work is in the collections of the Prince of Morocco, His Royal Highness Prince Moulay Rachid ben al-Hassan.
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Article on Amyn’s career and work on FotoNostrum Issue No. 7