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Since 2004, photographer Jeremy Saffer has been making figures from the world of music, movies, and pop culture look iconic. Rightfully regarded as one of the most stylish and likable visual artists in contemporary media, he has crafted a recognizable, unique and fantastical range of styles that continue to dazzle in fresh and creative ways.
Utilizing his natural gift for alternative flair, it is Jeremy’s calling card to develop images and looks for clients that truly make the subject matter shine with star appeal and majestic imagery. For these reasons plus his likable, knowledgable personality, his portfolio extends to the covers and inside the pages of international publications such as Kerrang, Revolver, Metal Hammer, Alternative Press, Guitar World, Outburn, and countless other publications.
For a look at the caliber of entertainer who trusts Jeremy with their iconic imagery, you can look to the likes of hard rock and metal legends from Alice Cooper, Metallica, Slayer, Korn and Megadeth to contemporary heavyweights Slipknot, Avenged Sevenfold, Ghost, Bring Me The Horizon and more, movie and TV legends from A Nightmare On Elm Street, The Walking Dead, Hellraiser, A Clockwork Orange’s Malcolm McDowell and many, many more.
Saffer has been enlisted by both publications and the talent themselves, providing eye-popping album covers for the likes of Killswitch Engage and A Day To Remember, producing multiple A-list print series projects and gaining millions of YouTube views from music videos he has directed with In This Moment, Buckcherry, members of Rob Zombie and New Years Day and more.
On top of this elite tier talent list, for the past 10+ years, Jeremy has held seminars and workshops all across the United States encouraging droves of budding photographers and helping tomorrow’s visual artists develop a style of their own.
As you would expect for someone with such a dynamic and interesting style, Saffer extends to fine art photography with a litany of impactful and cinematic shots and scenes in his archive. His international back catalogue also includes hundreds of models and settings being used across a multitude of books, galleries, displays and art prints that have been sold all over the world.
The wealth of vision from his storied and unique career can be found in Jeremy’s latest project, The Daughters Of Darkness. A fearless and provocative hybrid of his iconic music photography and penchant for fine art, the project explores beauty within the macabre and features tributes to his love of black metal, doom and fantastical imagery. Daring to take his art into the furthest reaches of his imagination, this is sure to be a milestone in a career that continues to impress and expand into bold and brave new horizons.