The work of photographer Zach Lewis analyzes the world in which we all inhabit. From his truthful telling portraits to his luminous night scenes of an urban environment, Lewis' work represents a larger narrative. His approach to shooting editorial, fashion, portraits, or fine art is visual wordless poetry; essentially, a photographer is a wordless historian, a silent storyteller. Lewis helps connect our past with our future to establish a permanent mortal bond with this small world. To quote John F. Kennedy, "For in the final analysis, our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this small planet, we all breathe the same air, we all cherish our children's futures, and we are all mortal."
Zach Lewis was born in 1986 and received a formal education from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. He is available for assignment and exhibition worldwide. His work is an ongoing record of "the continuing story of life on Earth." It's a study of who we are as a people and the places we live and inhabit. Essentially, a photographer is a historian; A story-teller for future generations to help connect their time, with ours. His work has been featured in Hamburger Eyes, and group exhibitions including "Beginner's Blood" and "Now or Never."