Keziban Barry is visual storyteller, specializing in fashion editorials, cinematic shorts, and architectural portraiture. Her artwork captures the light of an individual, the essence of a moment and the narrative of a life. Being self-taught, she developed her style by sourcing from her academic and global upbringing. She infuses her work with fashion, literary, cinematic, musical and historical references to help capture the "just before" and "just after" mise-en-scenè of a momentous action. Although she resides in New York City, she loves the opportunity to travel for clients and explore foreign lands. There is always a new face to discover, new lands to traverse and new influences to cull into her work.
Her clients include Agent Provocateur, Aesthetica, Architectural Digest, Art+Auction, COWORK.RS, Kontor, Modern Painters, Musee, Musika Frere, National Geographic Society, Nike, O Magazine, See 7, Steelos, Veuve Clicquot, and Whip Jet, to name a few. She exhibited in a group show at the International Center of Photography curated by Amy Arbus in 2010, hosted her first solo exhibition at Norwood, New York City in November, 2013, and showcased her latest short film at Otherwise Wolf Studios in January 2016. She has spoken at Adorama for APA NY and was recently selected as AI-AP American Photography 2015 Winner.