Marc Sethi is a versatile photographer, who does everything from festival reportage to portraits. We love his crisp style, with composition and eye for detail/character at the centre of his lovely photographs.
Name? Marc Sethi.
From/Location? London, UK.
How long have you considered yourself a photographer? Nearly seven years, but realistically only six professionally.
Camera of choice? Depends on the job, but I’m shooting a lot of personal work with the Mamiya 7 II at the moment. I love the finish on the images.
Specialist area of expertise? I’m a bit all over the shop. I love documentary and portraiture, but I’m known for music and commercial work, too.
Inspirations? From all over really. I’m constantly looking for inspiration, but a lot comes from my friends and family, constantly listening to music, and getting involved in as much as possible.
Tell me a little bit about your selection of photos? I decided to put in a variety of music shots from the last few of years. Some portraits which I was fond of from a residency in Ibiza this year, and a few from my early works with Clash magazine. I used to shoot a series where I would visit music artists in their studios, and the one of TEED was always one of my faves. And then there’s the MOAT. Arguably one of the finest music venues in the world. Hope you like them!
Where can our readers see more of your work? www.instagram.com/marcsethi