Growing up in New York, photographer Zora Sicher loved exploring different neighborhoods, and was fascinated by the different types of people she encountered. She constantly felt inspired to document the world around her. She has assisted some of the greats, from artist Tom Sachs to photographer Mario Sorrenti, and continues to develop her own work, balancing freelance gigs while earning her degree at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
“When I was younger, I always looked up to my grandma—she is such a beauty queen. Gold jewelry, crazy makeup, she did it all.”
“I love to shoot on film, the process is so interesting to me. It’s exciting to be in the dark room and see what will turn out.”
“I’ve always liked my lips—they’re fun to accentuate.”
On The Dance Floor
“I will dance to Thinking of You by Sister Sledge, always.”
“I used to read Roald Dahl’s short stories with my best friend, and two years ago she gave me a copy of it for my birthday. It’s my favorite.”
Check out Zora’s site: zorasicher.com